Ground Water MPA and Filtration Plant Evaluation
Environmental Associates Ltd. provides Microscopic Particulate Analysis ( MPA ) for Ground Water Under Direct Influence ( GWUDI ) of Surface Water and Filtration Evaluation ( MPAFE ). We have extensive experience with well sizes from 100 gallons a day to well fields producing 10 million gallons a day. We also have this same type of experience with filtration plants from Alaska to Florida.
Environmental Associates Ltd. is a microbiology laboratory founded in 1987 to provide world wide service for protozoan and virus testing. We carry NELAP certification in many states and hold United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approval for Methods 1622/1623 for Giardia and Cryptosporidium analysis for the EPA Long Term 2 Surface Water Treatment Rule (LT2ESWTR or LT2 rule). We can assist with microbiological services including:
- Lab analysis for Giardia and Cryptosporidium for water and wastewater which includes photodocumentation for better understanding of the numbers on your report
- Lab analysis for total culturable viruses for drinking water
- Biosolids Examinations for Virus and Helminth Ova
- Many more specialty microbiology analyses and consultations
Environmental Associates specializes in validation studies and other special projects. EAL is always looking for new interesting projects. To learn more about how we can help you with your laboratory/research needs, please contact us at 607-272-8902, or email@example.com
Cryptosporidiosis Warning from CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
Contact us at 607-272-8902 to discuss your concerns about the latest information from CDC about pools.
What is already known about this topic?
Cryptosporidium is the leading cause of outbreaks of diarrhea linked to water and the third leading cause of diarrhea associated with animal contact in the United States.
What is added by this report?
During 2009–2017, 444 cryptosporidiosis outbreaks, resulting in 7,465 cases were reported by 40 states and Puerto Rico. The number of reported outbreaks has increased an average of approximately 13% per year. Leading causes include swallowing contaminated water in pools or water playgrounds, contact with infected cattle, and contact with infected persons in child care settings.
What are the implications for public health practice?
To prevent cryptosporidiosis outbreaks, CDC recommends not swimming or attending child care if ill with diarrhea and recommends hand washing after contact with animals.
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