Industrial Wastewater Monitoring

Although federal regulation of water pollution dates back to 1948, effective management was not achieved until the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972 were passed. This established the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Program, which regulates discharges to waters of the United States. This program encompasses direct dischargers, those that discharge indirectly through municipal collection systems, and stormwater runoff.

  • Robust wastewater monitoring
  • EPA compliant testing
  • On-site automated sampling
  • Affordable, one-week turnaround
  • Stay ahead of schedule with a one-week turnaround.

Paradigm provides comprehensive analyses covering the EPA’s Priority & Conventional Pollutant lists.

In many cases, our clients are required to monitor their discharges on a regular basis, with strict deadlines for reporting. With Paradigm’s standard one-week turnaround our clients are able to complete their monitoring well ahead of schedule, allowing them time to evaluate data, investigate problem areas, and make adjustments on a proactive basis.

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