To protect villagers from unsafe drinking water in Jiamusi, the procuratorate turned to Palintest’s water analysis technologies to verify the quality of the local water supply.
At Palintest, it is our mission to safeguard water for everyone, every day. We believe that every person has a right to clean and safe water. Our equipment empowers individuals to make water quality decisions with confidence.
In Jiamusi, following public welfare lawsuits, the suburb’s procuratorate began investigating the safety of local drinking water supplies. This brought to light unsafe well water and tap water in villages along the Yangtze River.
To ensure the safety of drinking water for the villagers the court ordered an investigation into the water supply.
In response to the court order the procuratorate entrusted Palintest’s water analysis technologies to verify the quality of the local water supply.
The Food and Drug Administration laboratory used Palintest equipment to test drinking water samples from a variety of sources. The Photometer 7500, our top of the range photometer, was used to test critical water quality parameters including ammonia, nitrogen and total phosphorus. Inclusive of 80 tests, the Photometer 7500 allows for effective water quality monitoring, enabling decisions to be made with confidence. The test results will play a vital role in detecting unsafe drinking water and protecting the local community.
This was the first time Jiamusi’s procuratorial agency have used rapid water testing technologies, and we are delighted they turned to Palintest to help them.
Palintest is proud our equipment is being used to help safeguard water for everyone, every day. Please contact our team below if you want more information about our equipment and the support we offer.
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