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Serving Nevada, California, Idaho and Wyoming
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Water Runoff Testing

After a heavy rainfall, water runs off of non-absorbent surfaces like roads, driveways, and parking lots. While the rain pours off the pavement, it carries away all of the pollutants with it, including oil, gasoline, and sediment. These pollutants flow with the water into natural...

El Niño 2015

No one living on the West coast has been able to escape the boisterous predictions about El Niño and its potential impact this winter.  At WETLAB, we have been keeping a close eye on what the experts are saying about the storm, and keeping our fingers crossed that it means lots...

Sierra Snow Survey Serves Up No Surprises

The Sierra’s first snow survey, conducted early this month, indicated what we already knew – it’s the beginning of another dry year.  According to a recently published article in the Sacramento Bee, California experienced one of the driest starts to winter ever recorded. In fact,...

Sierra Snowpack Water Storage looking low

Earlier this winter, we took a look at a promising beginning to the winter’s snowpack and corresponding water storage after big December storms. Our January WETLAB blog reported end-of-December totals of 112 percent water content in the Sierra Snowpack that feeds the Truckee...

Sierra Snowpack Water Content Off To A Strong Start!

Sierra Snowpack water content off to a strong start! It’s that time of year again – the time when intrepid snow surveyors head out into the Sierra Nevada Mountains to assess how much water is stored in the winter’s snowpack. California Department of Water Resources surveyors went...
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