Basic NEMO (Nonpoint source pollution Education for Municipal Officials) presentations, fact sheets, and soap box articles regarding the link between land use and water quality. NEMO has come to stand for outreach programs that provide resources that allow for good land use planning and site design that balances growth AND environmental protection.
EPA regulates public water systems; it does not have the authority to regulate private drinking water wells. Approximately 15 percent of Americans rely on their own private drinking water supplies, and these supplies are not subject to EPA standards, although some state and local governments do set rules to protect users of these wells. Unlike public drinking water systems serving many people, they do not have experts regularly checking the waterâ€™s source and its quality before it is sent to the tap. These households must take special precautions to ensure the protection and maintenance of their drinking water supplies
This American Water Works Association Site provides the answers to 25 commonly asked questions regarding water. There are many helpful links related to general water information, security, water education resources, water science project activities, conservation information, and youth education.
A comprehensive site of the Ohio EPA that include all aspects of surface water. An extensive topic index is avaliable to aid in searching for specific information. Can access Air, Land, Water, Pollution, and Public Information withing the OEPA web site.
MIT Environmental Technology and Policy Program has participated in a diversity of environmental projects in the U.S. state of Wisconsin affecting the environment. Each case has utilized an innovative form of public policy. Cases including enhancing the sustainability of the Wisconsin dairy industry, promoting citizen’s voluntary environmental behavior through ecoteams, mapping of the City of Milwaukee to promote sustainable transportation, using a virtual company to reduce benzene emissions, and instituting a program that rewards organizations for advancing beyond current environmental regulations.
This University of Nebraska Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources website links to many of their water-related publications. They primarily relate to water management, water quality, and laws and regulations.
This Nebraska Cooperative Extension guide discusses the principles and process of reverse osmosis treatment for household drinking water.
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