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Tue: 08:30 – 14:00
Closed on Mon, Wed, Thur and Fri
We analyse the water quality in our special registered laboratories. They examine the drinking water, wastewater and sewage sludge physically, chemically as well as microbiologically. Equipped with state-of-the-art analysis technology, in addition to natural water constituents, they can determine all kinds of pollutants as well as microbiological parameters very precisely. We also dedicate these skills to research.
We also offer our analytical expertise as a service to companies, municipalities, authorities, research facilities and private customers.
The entire public drinking water network of Berlin is free from lead pipes. However, the water[SO1] can flow through old lead pipes in the final metres before your water tap – for example, in unrenovated or partly renovated buildings. Our lead analysis clarifies the situation.
Our accredited laboratory conducts a lead analysis of your water sample for you. We charge 14.28 euros (incl. 19% VAT) for the lead analysis.
We pay the cost of a lead analysis as a once-only offer for Berlin households in which pregnant women or babies up to the age of twelve months live. To prove your eligibility, please submit to us your maternity record or your child’s birth certificate together with your application.
Housing companies, landlords and property managers are obliged to provide their tenants with safe drinking water. That is what the Drinking Water Ordinance requires. You can ensure this with our comprehensive “Drinking water system check”.
Landlords of multi-dwelling buildings must test their drinking water installation regularly for legionella. Landlords of multi-dwelling buildings must check this regularly. Since December 2012, the Drinking Water Ordinance (TrinkwV) specifies new rules for protection against legionella.
As an owner and operator you must have your drinking water installation* tested for legionella:
*Installations without aerosol-forming equipment are not subject to the general test obligation. These include business properties in which only toilets and washrooms exist.
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