New Zealand’s trusted water and air quality laboratory testing provider.

Our IANZ accredited labs are trusted for providing reliable and efficient water, air and solids testing services for New Zealand.

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Value We Offer

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Committed to delivering the highest possible outcomes

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Your one-stop testing service provider

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Testing in New Zealand for New Zealand

Who We Work With

Water Service Providers

These include councils or council-owned entities and private operations, that provide drinking water, wastewater and/or stormwater services.

Local Government 

We provide testing services to regional and local councils who are responsible for monitoring the environment.  


We support small, medium and large businesses across New Zealand with efficient, accurate testing services. 

Residential Customers

Our team has carried out testing for more than two million residential customers. 

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