Water Quality and Gas Drilling

Jennings Environmental conducts complete, site-specific testing and develops a mitigation plan based on test results and the environmental context.

Water quality issues may be caused by naturally occurring conditions, man-made materials and components, or adverse conditions caused by natural gas drilling, or a variety of other factors.

In particular, we provide expertise with natural gas drilling issues, such as turbidity in the aquifer, brines, metals and organic compounds.

We screen for a wide array of potential problems, including:

  • Coliform
  • e.coli
  • Turbidity
  • Lead
  • Colloidal Clay
  • Fluoride
  • Hardness
  • Industrial waste
  • Iron and manganese
  • Nitrogen
  • Radon
  • Sulfur

It is important to document what is in your water now, so that in the future you have proof that environmental issues around may have affected your water in an undesirable way. Highly suggested to residents and businesses around gas drilling areas.