WETLAB Western Environmenal Testing Laboratory

Serving Nevada, California, Idaho and Wyoming
Sparks (775) 355-0202
Elko (775) 340-3173
Las Vegas (702) 475-8899

Western Environmental Testing Laboratory (WETLAB)

What makes WETLAB different?

 

OUR STAFF

OUR STAFF

Our team of highly trained client services staff and laboratory scientists work together to ensure all client needs are met. Meet our staff here.

COURIER SERVICE

COURIER SERVICE

WETLAB’s weekly courier service is unparalleled. We pick up samples at a variety of locations, including Needles, Lake Tahoe, and Winnemucca. Find our schedule here.

OUR QUALIFICATIONS

OUR QUALIFICATIONS

We are certified under a variety of programs in Nevada, California, Wyoming, and Idaho. View all of our certifications.

KEEP UP WITH WETLAB

KEEP UP WITH WETLAB

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JOIN OUR TEAM

JOIN OUR TEAM

Join our team! We offer competitive compensation and a fun working environment. Find our current openings here.

WETLAB IN THE COMMUNITIY

WETLAB IN THE COMMUNITY

Outside of the lab, we’re dedicated to supporting organizations and events that support those less fortunate. Read what we’ve been up to.

CONTACT WETLAB

CONTACT WETLAB

How can we help you? Contact WETLAB to find out how we can help your company reach its environmental testing needs!

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Client Testimonials

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Industries We Serve

WETLAB serves a variety of industries, including mining, drinking water, and sanitation.  We are capable of performing compliance testing for many state and federal regulations, including:

Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)

Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA)

Clean Water Act (CWA)

National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)

Find out more about services WETLAB offers.

 

Recent News | Read the Blog

30
JAN
2019

Sample Integrity: Bottles and Preservatives

What is a preservative, and why is it important? According to the EPA, methods of preservation are relatively limited and are intended generally to (1) retard biological action, (2) retard hydrolysis of chemical compounds and complexes, (3) reduce volatility of constituents, and...
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18
FEB
2019

Sample Integrity: Holding Times

What is a holding time, and why do I need to know about it? A “holding time” is the elapsed amount of time from the point of collection to the moment of preparation or analysis. Note that this is not the date/time of receipt at the lab! If samples are analyzed beyond an...
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