With the increase of environmental awareness pertaining to health concerns, government and regulatory bodies are raising the standards and setting out new regulations to reduce the risk of health problems linked to environmental issues. As such, the growing needs of clean water have led to increased awareness and more people are educated to monitor the water discharge, usage and intake.
Thus, Water Analysis is essential to identify and quantify the properties of water samples. It is often the groundworks of study for water quality, pollution and hydrology. The physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water is the measure of the condition of water relative to the requirement or standard. Water needs to be compliance to certain sets of regulation and standard according to its uses. Water analysis provides the information needed to ensure that the water supply adheres to the requirements to safeguard the well-being of end-consumers.
Environmental Quality (Industrial Effluent) Regulations 2009
Drinking Water / Potable Water
Malaysian Drinking Water Quality Standard 2014 and WHO Standard
Environmental Quality (Sewage) Regulations 2009
Marine Water Analysis
Malaysian Marine Water Quality Standards and Index
River Water Analysis
Department of Environment National Water Quality Standards
& DOE Water Quality Index Classification
Benchmark / Dutch Standards of Groundwater