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Environmental Test Systems Inc

3504 Henke St
PO Box 4659
Elkhart, IN 46514-0659 United States
Phone:(574) 262-2060
Toll Free Number:(888) 387-7874
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UMDC Code: 333485
Fax: (574) 262-2495
Email: etscustomerservice@hach.com
Website: http://www.sterichek.com
Company Type: Public
Business Started: 1985
Business Lines: Manufacturer/Exporter
Quality Regulations: ISO9001/ISO9002/ISO9001_2000
Sales Channels: Distributors

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