Water Tests

Do you need your water tested for drugs, toxins, or metals?

We Can Test for a Wide Variety

of Substances In Water

How It Works

Order & Pay

Click below on the lab test you need, add it to the cart, and check out.

Package & Ship

Please read our packaging and shipping instructions.  These are certified lab tests--not home test kits!

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Get Your Results

The time it takes to receive your results is listed by each product.

Which Test Do You Need?

Saliva Detection Test in Water

Did someone spit in your drink or food? Find out with our Saliva Detection test. Get answers in 8-10 business days.  This is not a home test kit

$95.00

Drugs in Water

Test drinking water for hundreds of illegal, prescription, and over the counter drugs.  This is a lab certified test–not a home test kit

$350.00

Chemicals and Poisons in Water

Test drinking water for thousands of chemicals and toxins.  This is a lab certified test–not a home test kit

$350.00

Chemicals & Poisons in Pet Water

Do you think someone put something in your pet’s water?  We can test water for thousands of chemicals, toxins, and additives.  This is not a home test kit

 

$350.00

High Quality Tests

We only work with the best in the business. Our water testing lab uses state of the art testing equipment that reduces risk of contamination and human error while still allowing for fast turnaround.

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Accredited Labs

These tests are not home test kits. We only use accredited forensic testing facilities. Our water testing labs are reviewed and re-inspected annually to assure they are maintaining the highest quality standards using the best equipment.

Some of these tests are not available to residents of the State of New York.  Please contact us for further information.

Expert Care

Our water testing labs are staffed with experts with over 20 years of experience in forensic testing, certified and licensed by a number of scientific, business, and governmental organizations.

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Your Privacy Matters

We understand your need for privacy and discretion. You need only provide as much personal information as you are comfortable.

Water Test Questions You May Have

What can you test for?

We commonly test water for saliva, chemicals and poisons, or drugs.  If you are looking for something you don't see here, let us know.  We can probably test it for you!

All pricing listed on the drinking water test page is for clear liquids only.  If you have a colored liquid like coffee or soda, or a thick liquid like a smoothie, pricing varies.  Please contact us for pricing.

How do I get started?

Select the test you need from the Water Tests page.  Add the test to your cart and check out with your credit card.  You can also send in a check or money order with your samples when you mail them to us.

All of the instructions for marking, packaging, and mailing in your sample are linked on the test description page for your specific test. They can also be found here.

For all the tests, print the Sample Submission Form. Fill it out and send it back in your package.  We cannot begin testing without the form.

Once we get your sample, we’ll send you an email to let you know it’s arrived and testing has begun.  When your results are ready, we will send them to you in the manner you’ve indicated on the Sample Submission Form.

All tests are performed by trained technicians in a certified lab.  This is not a home test kit.  We do not send anything to your home.

How do I ship a water sample?

We accept delivery from all carriers.  Here's a link to complete packaging and shipping instructions for water or other liquids.  Testing for chemicals, drugs, or saliva do not require refrigeration, although we do suggest you ship overnight. 

Print, fill out, and return the Sample Submission Form with your sample.  We will not begin testing without a signed form.

What does the chemicals test look for?

We test for thousands of substances including herbicides, pesticides, solvents, food coloring and additives, cleaning products, BPA, antifreeze, and fracking chemicals.   Click here for more detail.

What does the drug test look for?

We test for hundreds of prescription, over the counter, and illegal drugs.  This includes amphetamines, antihistamines, barbiturates, cough syrups, marijuana, opiates, muscle relaxants, and more.  Click here for more detail.  Call or email us if you are looking for something specific you don't see here.

Can My Results Be Used in Court?

Chain of custody refers to the paperwork trail documenting the way a sample is collected and handled throughout the entire testing process. Since you will be collecting the samples yourself and submitting them privately, you will not have a strict chain of custody. Generally speaking, for results to have a strict chain of custody, the samples must be collected by an unrelated third party such as a hospital, clinic, ME’s office, funeral director, law enforcement, etc. For obvious reasons this rigorous identification and handling procedure is not always going to be possible.  Courts and legal official know this, and the weight the results will be given is up to the agency.  We always recommend you reserve some of your sample in case further testing needs to be done by a law enforcement or other legal agency.

What Our Customers Say

Thanks Private Lab Results! I sent in a bottle of water from work that I suspected someone had messed with. Sure enough, you found THC in the water. That explains all my weird symptoms …….

Steve F.

Who would think a smoothie would make you sick? It’s supposed to be good for you! I didn’t realize it was made with almond milk and I’m allergic. I’ll have to pay much closer attention to ingredients now and advise others to make sure they know what’s in their food before they eat it!

Karen G.

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