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View Resource Ground Water & Drinking Water: Emergency Preparedness

Natural disasters such as hurricanes and floods can disrupt your drinking water supply and your wastewater disposal systems. The information below is to help identify some of the issues you may face...
View Resource Drinking Water and Health: What you need to know

The United States has one of the safest water supplies in the world. However, national statistics don't tell you specifically about the quality and safety of the water coming out of your tap. That's...
View Resource Private Drinking Water Wells: What to Do After the Flood

Drilled, driven or bored wells are best disinfected by a well or pump contractor, because it is difficult for the private owner to thoroughly disinfect these wells. If you suspect that your well may...
View Resource Decontamination and Recovery Planning

To decontaminate and return a water system to service following a non-conventional chemical, biological, or radiological contamination incident requires effective pre-planning, communication, and...
View Resource USGS NAWQA Transport of Anthropogenic and Natural Contaminants to Supply Wells

The study of public-supply well vulnerability to contamination from compounds commonly found in the environment is one of five national priority topics being addressed by the National Water-Quality...
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