School Properties

Monitoring pollutants in drinking water sources at our schools supports a safe and conducive learning environment. Our testing protocols adhere to stringent regulations, providing peace of mind to students, parents, and educators alike while promoting the health and well-being of the entire school community.

Annual Testing

State law requires public K-12 schools to regularly test drinking water sources to identify and address any elevated concentrations that could pose health risks to students and staff. Results must be disclosed to the public, and remediation measures are taken if lead levels exceed permissible limits, ensuring a safe and healthy learning environment. Our certified professionals conduct all required tests to maintain compliance with state health and safety standards.


To ensure a safe and sanitary environment for students and staff, schools must seek prompt and effective resolution of backflow system malfunctions or other water quality issues. Our licensed professionals ensure proper repairs are completed to maintain compliance with health and safety standards.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is water quality testing important for our schools?

Regular testing helps identify any contaminants that could pose health risks to ensure the safety of drinking water for students and staff. Local and state regulations determine the type and frequency of water quality testing compliance, it’s generally recommended to conduct testing at least annually.

What contaminants may be found in school water sources?

Potential contaminants include lead, copper, bacteria, nitrates, and other pollutants. Testing for harmful compounds helps ensure that the water is safe for consumption by staff and students and meets regulatory standards.

What is AB-1953?

AB-1953, also known as the “Lead Plumbing Law,” is a California state law that addresses the safety of drinking water in schools. It requires schools to test their water sources for lead contamination, aiming to ensure that students and staff have access to safe and clean drinking water.