Reported by Bill Kirkpatrick, President of Aquatic Environment Solutions
Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons <5.10 mg/L (5.10 is the minimum detect level) Iron 42.7 mg/L The results are not showing any petroleum in the sample. The results did show high levels of Iron. I feel that the results of the water testing indicate what I suspected. This is ground water that is high iron and the iron oxidizes out of solution when it comes in contact with the atmosphere. The oxidation process forms a rust colored precipitant and a film that is oily in appearance.