09-14-2010, 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Calmwaters
Ok I will have to see if I can find a lab around here that can test it. The landlord had a problem with a trouble maker here in the park that said the water was causeing her to have kidney stones and the state did come out and check the water and they said it was fine for people but I don't know about fish. What kind of lab would do water test?
I don't know, never having to do this. If you can track down the office that did the previous testing, that may tell you something; you basically want to know what is in the water, and how much. If others are drinking the water with no issues, and subject to the verification that the previous tests turned up no issues, any substance is likely to be minimal. Metals would be handled by the water conditioner. It's the sulphur I know nothing about.