Our laboratory will reopen on June 1. 
 

We will continue to follow all CDC guidelines and practice social distancing, and we will accept samples

Monday - Thursday from  8:00 -12:00 and 1:00 -3:00. 

We are happy to be able to serve our community once again, and we look forward to seeing you in good health. Thank you for your cooperation!

Laboratory and Water Testing Services in Tampa, Florida

Lab Services
  • Chemical and Bacteriological Lab

  • County Health Dept Water Analysis

  • ​Drinking Water Test

  • NPDES Stormwater Permit Monitoring

  • Soil and Water Sample Collection

  • Sludge and Sediment Analysis

  • Surface and Ground Water Analysis

Water Testing

M.E.I.’s Corporate Headquarters houses a Chemical and Bacteriological Lab that offers clients analysis for tests ranging from total coliform to herbicides to nitrates.  M.E.I. will provide all of the various sample kits for free.  Contact M.E.I. for specific tests and for any other questions. Also, if you wish to print out M.E.I.’s NELAC certification, download it here.

 

If you are interested in having M.E.I. come out to your property and sample for you, call 813-626-9551 or email info@merymanenvironmental.com for more information.

TYPICAL DRINKING WATER/ HRS COUNTY REQUIRED
TYPICAL TESTS FOR CONVENTIONAL/USDA LOAN, VA & FHA (USDA) LOAN
Please contact your loan officer for requirements
*Water tests can be expedited for an additional cost, call M.E.I. for details.

 

Days are defined as Business Days

 

We accept:

CASH, CHECK, VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, DEBIT CARDS

 

We accept samples:

Monday – Thursday 8:00 to 12:00 and 1:00 to 3:00

We do not accept samples on FRIDAY! 

Chemical and Bacteriological Lab

M.E.I. Biological Laboratory offers quality aquatic organism testing services that include collection, counting and identification of aquatic vertebrates and vegetation with baseline mapping and interpretation of the biological data.

Additional Laboratory Services
  • Identification of:

    • Plankton: A community of phytoplankton and zooplankton, suspended in the Water Column with population estimates.

    • Periphyton: A community of microscopic plants and animals associated with the surface of submersed objects.

    • Macrophytion: Larger plants that can be attached to the bottom (benthic), free-floating, totally submersed or partly emergent.

    • Macroinvertebrates/Microinvertebrates

  • Fish Taxonomic Identification and Population Census.

  • Fish Kill Investigations.