The quality of drinking water is highly regulated across the world. Chemical contaminants such as heavy metals or pesticides might have long-term health implications. Other chemical contaminants are indicators of environmental pollution at source. Fapas drinking water proficiency tests provide drinking water samples with a wide range of routine and non-routine chemical components.
Within this proficiency test your testing ability for the toxic metal Chromium (VI), will be evaluated in drinking water. Through this proficiency test your testing ability will be challenged to highlight any areas of improvement that may be apparent, from which to maintain the high-quality testing standards your customers, and regulators, expect.
Potentially unsafe metals in water can prove harmful to human health when consumed in significant quantities. As such it is important to highlight any high levels of metals within your testing arrangement.
Proficiency testing from Fapas challenges your laboratories in a similar fashion to your routine analysis samples. This gives an accurate representation the improvements within your testing arrangement that are required to ensure only high-quality test results are offered to your customers.