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Expertise

The Tweed Laboratory Centre boasts a team of highly qualified scientific and support/administrative staff. Highly experienced senior staff with a wide background in a number of analytical industries are able to provide valuable consultation relating to the testing performed.

Testimonials

"Tweed Laboratory Centre has made a significant contribution to Dunloe Sands Quarry’s compliance of its Environmental Management Plan.

Paul Wright and the Laboratory Centre Staff are willing to complete all of Dunloe Sands EMP’s water and soil testing requirements and are
always available to advise on best practice methods for the recovery and collection of the samples.

Tweed Laboratory Centre present the compilation of monthly, quarterly and annual test results in a clear and concise format which simplifies
the consulting environmental auditors task.

Tweed Laboratory Centre well done."

Dunloe Sands Quarry


"The Tweed Laboratory Centre have been carrying out the sampling / testing / reporting of our extraction lake at Tweed Sand Plant as part of our EPA Licence. Our site lake is tested fortnightly and several test are carried out.

Hanson has a strong Safety Culture we operate under Zero Harm, we have Damsta run Contractor Management Systems.

Tweed Shire always follow Hanson procedures when on site and all required paperwork is filled as required. I have no hesitation in recommending them to any future clients."

Hanson - Heidelberg Cement Group

Frequently Asked Questions

Is rainwater safe to drink?
The Tweed's town water supply remains the most reliable source of safe and quality drinking water for the community. If you have access to town water, NSW Health recommends limiting the use of rainwater to other uses, such as toilet flushing, washing clothes, watering the garden, washing the car, filling swimming pools and fire fighting.
Rainwater tanks are generally NOT recommended for drinking from in urban areas due to traffic and industry emmissions that can settle on roofs.
Monitoring your water quality closely will help you to quickly detect potential contaminants, which may pose a risk to your health. The tank itself will need to be cleaned out from time to time. If in doubt, you may want to have your water tested. See Tweed Laboratory Centre.
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