San Diego Water Quality Solutions

Testing your water is the first step to a healthier home

Welcome to The Goodfor Company – your key to unlocking cleaner, safer, and softer water in San Diego!

Uncover the hidden dangers affecting your home and health, and explore our comprehensive solutions.


Discover San Diego's Water Secrets:

From the pristine Colorado River to local reservoirs, San Diego's water is sourced from diverse origins. Yet, emerging contaminants challenge conventional testing, leaving residents uninformed about potential health risks.

Our Simple Water Testing Process


The Silent Threat: Emerging Contaminants

Pharmaceuticals, PFAS, EDCs, pesticides, and microplastics—undetected contaminants pose health risks. The Goodfor Company takes charge, ensuring your water meets the highest safety standards.

These toxins are commonly found in San Diego tap water


When chlorine reacts with organic and inorganic matter in water, it can form disinfection byproducts (DBPs), such as trihalomethanes (THMs) and haloacetic acids (HAAs). Prolonged exposure to high levels of certain DBPs may pose health risks.


High levels of fluoride exposure, common in groundwater around the world, can result in debilitating dental and skeletal fluorosis. 


Arsenic is a known carcinogen, and long-term exposures to low-levels of arsenic concentrations in drinking water are associated with an increased risk for several types of cancers.


While lead is now a regulated substance, it was widely used in the past in many household products, including gasoline, paint, pipes, and plumbing materials. Corrosion of plumbing is the largest source of lead in drinking water. 


In drinking water, nitrate may be an indicator of nearby agricultural or septic tank contamination. Excessive levels of nitrate in drinking can pose a particular health risk to infants.


Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a large, complex group of synthetic chemicals that have been used in consumer products worldwide since the 1950s.


Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, are gases that are emitted into the air from products or processes. Some are harmful by themselves, including some that cause cancer. 

Heavy Metals

Heavy metals include: arsenic, antimony, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, selenium and many more. Heavy metals can contaminate private wells through groundwater movement and surface water seepage and run-off.


Microplastics are present in both tap water and bottled water. A study showed that an average of 325 plastic particles were found in a liter of bottled water as compared to 5.5 plastic particles per liter of tap water

Nuclear Waste

Some groundwater is polluted throughout the nuclear weapons complex, often at levels greatly exceeding safe drinking water limits.

Common Issues with Municipal Water


Healthier Living Starts with Clean Water

The Goodfor Company's water treatment solutions minimize exposure, offering healthier skin, shinier hair, and peace of mind.