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Suburban Testing Labs is a full-service environmental testing laboratory located in Reading, Pennsylvania that specializes in the analysis of drinking water, ground water, wastewater, soil, and solid materials such as biosolids and sludge. We proudly serve Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and Delaware.  Founded in 1963, our experience provides you with customized solutions to any of your sampling or analytical needs.

Our purpose every day is to protect public health and preserve the environment.  As partners within the community, our friendly, knowledgeable, and experienced team understands that reputation is built on delivering high quality, defensible data, at a competitive price with highly rated customer service.  The key success factor is our organization’s relentless adherence to our core values.

Suburban Testing Labs has grown from a small, regional water testing company to one of the largest family-owned, independent, single-site environmental testing laboratories in North America. Firmly rooted in high-standards with an eye soaring to new heights, we are ready to be your partner for success.

News

  • Pennsylvania Adopts PFAS Limits for Drinking Water

    Harrisburg, PA – In a first of its kind rulemaking, Pennsylvania has adopted new regulations to protect Pennsylvanians’ drinking water from PFAS chemicals by setting new limits on two forms of per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). The new […]

  • National News Chooses Suburban for Tap Water Test

    The National Desk, operated by the second-largest television broadcaster in the United States (Sinclair Broadcast Group, SGB), performed a drinking water test for harmful PFAS Compounds and chose Suburban Testing Labs to conduct their research.  […]

  • PA EQB Approves MCL for PFOA/PFOS

    October 12, 2022, Harrisburg, PA – The Environmental Quality Board approved PADEP’s Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) regulation proposal for two harmful PFAS compounds in drinking water: PFOA and PFOS.  The regulation, which will update 25 […]