Lee NH Community News

November 2017

Monthly Business Feature

by Mary Woodward

Seacoast Analytical Services: Lee’s Drinking Water Laboratory

Professional service, a knowledgeable and friendly staff, and treating clients like the very important people they are the philosophy of business at Seacoast Analytical Services in Lee.

Owner Henry DeBoer has extensive experience in the water treatment business.
Director Katy Anderson has a degree in marine and freshwater biology as well as additional training in the chemical aspects of the required analytical work. Katy and the Seacoast Analytical team are all trained to identify a full range of drinking water issues, whether bacteria in times of drought or the arsenic and radon issues in New Hampshire hotspots.

The team takes special pride in providing fast turnaround for customers and in helping find solutions if any problems are identified. According to Katy Anderson, “With news of drinking water crises such as those related to lead in Flint (MI) or to perfluorochemicals in Merrimack (NH), people are now much more aware and concerned about the quality of their drinking water supply.”

A 2017 survey reported that 50% of Americans are concerned about pollution of their drinking water. Because drinking water quality often fluctuates over time with rain/weather conditions, it can be important to good health for homeowners with private wells to have their water tested on a regular basis.

Office hours are 9 – 4, Monday – Friday; and sample drop-off 24/7, with sample kits with instructions always available in the lobby. For more information on Seacoast Analytical, see http://seacoastanalytical.com/

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