Test for Cyanide in Drinking Water
What is cyanide?
Cyanide is a carbon-nitrogen chemical unit which combines with many organic and inorganic compounds. The most commonly used form, hydrogen cyanide, is mainly used to make compounds and other synthetic fibers and resins.
What are cyanide's health effects?
Some people who drink water containing cyanide well in excess of the maximum contaminant level (MCL) for many years could experience nerve damage or problems with their thyroid.
How does cyanide get into my drinking water?
The major source of cyanide in drinking water is discharge from industrial chemical factories.
Your test kit will include a sample bottle and easy to follow sample collection instructions. When testing is complete, a report will be issued identifying any problems detected with your sample.