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Clinton Family Water Testing Story

e-WaterTest Tests Drinking Water for the Residence of Former First Family

March 14, 2005 Bordentown, NJ

e-WaterTest, a leading on-line water testing laboratory, announced that the company recently was selected to test the drinking water for the residence of former President Bill Clinton at the request of the U.S. government agency responsible for managing the Clinton’s property in New York State. e-WaterTest was approached by the agency to test the drinking water coming into the Clinton’s residence for potential contaminants.

Donald Lilley, President and CEO, stated that e-WaterTest was selected for several reasons:

  • e-WaterTest’s comprehensive Priority Water Test analysis for over 200 contaminants
  • Its use of the Environmental Protection Agency methodology for performing the tests
  • Its simple and secure on-line ordering system
  • The sampling procedure and return shipment to the laboratory could be handled entirely by the agency’s staff at the Clinton residence making the process secure and easy to administer.

e-WaterTest welcomes the opportunity to be of assistance in cases like this,” Lilley said. “Because the entire process is handled directly between the customer and the personnel at e-WaterTest, our customers can be assured of the utmost attention to even the smallest detail. When it comes to safe drinking water, we apply this standard not just for the Clinton residence, but for all of our customers.”

About e-WaterTest.com

e-WaterTest specializes in the analysis of drinking water from both public and private water sources. The laboratory, located in New Jersey, is staffed by professional chemists, engineers and microbiologists who have held Public Water Supply System and Public Water Treatment Plant Operator licenses within the State of New Jersey. They have over 80 years of combined experience in this area.

e-WaterTest’s staff belongs to many professional organizations dealing with water related issues, including the American Water Works Association (AWWA), the American Chemical Society (ACS) and the Water Quality Association (WQA).