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TestMyWater.org partners with local members of the Water Quality Association and Texas Water Quality Association to provide Texans with free water tests.



  • Qualifying for the free test is based on location and partnering members restrictions.

  • Fill out the form on your right to see if you qualify.

  • Those who qualify will receive a free on-site water test by an approved TestMyWater.org partner.





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DND employees told not to drink water at new headquarters because of lead and chemicals

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