• Zebra Mussel Veliger Testing

    Zebra mussels have become a large threat to our lakes, and early detection can prevent the spread to other water bodies.  Our staff can collect zebra mussel veligers in the field, identify them in the … More »

    Zebra Mussel Veliger Testing
  • Industry and Waste Water

    Testing industry and waste water influent and effluents is essential for protecting our environment.  We are able to help industries and municipalities implement the testing required in their NPDES … More »

    Industry and Waste Water
  • Drinking Water

    Clean drinking water is a fundamental building block of good health, and the quality often times is taken for granted. City supplied water is monitored and maintained at safe drinking levels. However, … More »

    Drinking Water
  • Biological Monitoring

    Our program is supported by staff with extensive knowledge and experience in biomonitoring all habitats including streams, wetlands and lakes.  We use Minnesota Pollution Control Agency protocols, but … More »

    Biological Monitoring
  • Aquatic Plant Surveys

    Aquatic plant surveys are helpful for characterizing the health of the plant community in a lake and for identifying invasive species. Our field staff are experienced in aquatic plant … More »

    Aquatic Plant Surveys
  • Lake Assessment Reports

    Our client services department has over 20 years experience assessing lake water quality data and GIS mapping.  We can do multiple levels of data assessment and mapping to determine a lake’s impacts … More »

    Lake Assessment Reports
  • Groundwater

    Groundwater is essential for drinking water, irrigation, municipal water supplies and other uses. The protection of such is of high importance. Groundwater quality studies and routine monitoring of … More »

    Groundwater
  • Lakes Program

    The collection of simple water quality data is one way to begin to quantify the physical, chemical and biological condition of lakes.  Over 1,000 Minnesota lakes have chosen to participate in our … More »

    Lakes Program