Asbestos Water Test

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Asbestos Water Test
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Recommended for targeted testing for asbestos in drinking water. Asbestos may be introduced into drinking water when asbestos-containing materials dissolve in water distribution pipes (such as air-conditioning pipes) or from nearby industrial activity.

Asbestos cement pipes make up between 12% to 15% of drinking water systems in the United States. When inhaled, asbestos is a well known human carcinogen (cancer-causing agent). Consuming water with asbestos may lead to an increased risk of developing benign intestinal polyps.

This Tap Score water test package provides all required materials to properly collect and submit a sample for certified laboratory testing. Reported results will include detailed, quantified analysis of asbestos by EPA method 100.2 (or equivalent).


Asbestos Water Test

Is this the right test for you?


What our scientists say:

“ Asbestos may enter water supplies when water comes in contact with natural deposits or with asbestos-cement. When inhaled, asbestos is a known human carcinogen. When consumed, asbestos may lead to non cancer effects, like kidney toxicity. "


This is the right test if you:

    • Specifically concerned about asbestos contamination.
    • Concerned about nearby industrial contamination.


How it works

  • Collect Sample

    1. Collect Sample

    We ship you everything you need to test your drinking water, including a guide on how to collect your sample.

  • Ship to Lab

    2. Ship to Lab

    Send your sample back to us for rigorous, certified, independent testing. The shipping’s on us!

  • Get Report

    3. Get Report

    After our labs analyze your sample, we’ll send you a full report on what's in your water and what to do next.


    Your custom Tap Score awaits.

    After our certified labs receive and test your water sample, we will email your custom Tap Score Report, a simple digital tool that helps you understand exactly what’s in your water and what you can do about it. LEARN MORE