For professional pesticide testing in the San Jose area, you can count on Benchmark Environmental Engineering. If you are worried about chemical contamination in your environment, you want thorough testing by experienced, professional engineers. We have the knowledge and capabilities to uncover hidden pesticide problems and restore your peace of mind.
Pesticides Are All Around Us
As their name implies, pesticides are commonly used to control a number of different pests. We use these common chemicals to get rid of problems with insects, animals, and even plants. Two dangerous side effects of applying these liquids, dusts, gels, baits, and other applications to our surroundings are pesticide contamination in our drinking water and pesticides in the air we breathe. Common forms of-of these substances include the following:
Health Risks Of Pesticide Exposure
When used as instructed, the common use of pesticides keeps our homes hygienically free from insects and rodents and our lawns pristine. Unfortunately, rain, improper application, and exposure to unknown sources can put our families, tenants, and employees at risk for serious health problems. Pesticides in air or water can cause:
- Liver Problems
- Nervous System Failure
- Loss Of Memory
Who Should Test For Pesticides?
Pesticide testing can benefit public drinking water municipalities, private well owners, new property buyers, property developers, property managers, homeowners, and employers. Not knowing the history of your property can put you at risks. Previous farmland or orchards can be sources of hidden pesticide contamination. You may be required to perform periodic testing if you suspect there is a problem. If you or those around you are experiencing health problems, don’t hesitate to contact the pesticide testing professionals at Benchmark Environmental Engineering.
Test For Protection & Peace Of Mind
Be sure that you and those around you are not being exposed to harmful pesticide contamination. Protect your property and your investments. Contact Benchmark Environmental Engineering to schedule pesticide testing in San Jose today.