Here is an example of what your CARO report would look like:
Glossary of terms:
“< 0.01” means your sample result is less than 0.01 units of a guideline. If a drinking water guideline said the limit of salt is 5 miligrams per litre (mg/L) and your result is 4 mg/L, that is less than that limit. This is good news!
AO or Aesthetic objective refers to the look, smell, or taste of a sample but may not be contaminated.
MAC or Maximum Acceptable Concentration is the most amount of substance before it is a concern by a governing body. For example if you added sugar to coffee, there is a limit before you deem it “too sweet”. The sugar amount would be the milligrams and the liquid amount is the millitre.
What should you do next?
We have options:
1) Do you need to get more of your sample to re-submit? Order another sampling kit and let us know in the order comments that it is a re-submission!
2) Call us and speak to your Project Manager. Remember to take note of the work order number in order to do so.
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