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Welcome to Eco-Rental Solutions, LLC!

We are passionate about the environmental testing equipment and instrumentation business! We've started this company because we want to be able to provide our customers better equipment rental service, better equipment, and still maintain a competitive rate. We offer the best environmental testing instruments to reliably provide quality data in the rigorous environment of field use. So whether you need to test air quality, perform soil testing, water conditions, etc, we make sure every instrument is properly maintained and calibrated to meet manufacturers' specifications. Let us provide your company an efficient, user-friendly rental and sales process that will save you time and money. We now have 6 locations in New York, Missouri, and California that service the entire United States.

Water Used for Hydraulic Fracturing Varies Widely Across United States

The very first national-scale analysis and map of hydraulic fracturing water usage was recently created by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and accepted for publication by Water Resources Research, a journal of the American Geophysical Union. Researchers found the amount of water needed to hydraulically fracture oil and gas wells varies significantly across the country, ranging from 2,600 gallons to 9.7 million gallons per well.

Is Carbon Monoxide Declining?

Carbon monoxide is most notorious for the potentially lethal side effects it can have in buildings with defective appliances and poor ventilation, but levels of this colorless, odorless gas may be on the decline.
Historically, about 430 people have died in the U.S. each year from carbon monoxide poisoning. The gas can interrupt the transport of oxygen by blood, resulting in potentially deadly heart and health concerns. Carbon monoxide also impacts the formation of the tropospheric ozone — another air pollutant with dangerous side effects. 

Unprecedented Water Cutbacks Approved in California

California officials are taking drastic measures to conserve water in light of the state’s ongoing four-year drought. In an effort to safeguard the state’s water supply, residents, governments and businesses are facing stricter limits to help with conservation efforts.