Groundwater Treatment

Millions of Americans rely on public or private groundwater sources for their drinking water needs. As drought and population growth threaten groundwater quality and availability in some regions, point-of-use/point-of-entry treatment systems can resolve well water contaminant concerns, such as arsenic, iron and uranium.

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Hometown H2O was launched in late 2019 as a result of a partnership between The Chris Long Foundation’s Waterboys initiative, Xylem Inc., and the Water Well Trust.
May 4 2021
For 34 years, Steve and Lana Gleason made due without a traditional residential water system. The couple, who live in the rural logging community of…
May 4 2021
Gov. Doug Ducey has asked the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) to address groundwater contamination near military installations in Arizona. In an Apr…
Apr 23 2021
In this episode of Checking In: A Series With WQP, we continue our WQP Young Professionals series. WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello checks in…
Apr 2 2021
The call for nominations for 2021 National Groundwater Association's (NGWA) "Best of the Best" awards is now open, with submissions due to NGWA by …
Mar 29 2021
A U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) study showed that drought may lead to elevated levels of naturally occurring arsenic and that the longer a drought…
Mar 18 2021
Bills that would strengthen Arizona's water rules to protect declining groundwater and desert streams have run into opposition.  Republican and…
Feb 26 2021
A collaboration between Oklahoma State University and the National Groundwater Association aims to address a projected shortfall of geoscience…
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