Monday, May 6, 2024

Penn State Extension Holds In-Person Private Water Supply Education, Water Testing Workshops In Waynesburg, Lancaster, Punxsutawney

Penn State Extension will host in-person workshops on Private Water Supply Education, Water Testing in Waynesburg, Greene County May 13; Punxsutawney, Jefferson County May 30 and Lancaster on June 3.

Do you live in one of the more than one million homes and farms in Pennsylvania that get their drinking water from a private well or spring? 

Do you know what is in your drinking water and how to keep it safe for you and your family? 

Would you like to have your water tested for free? 

The Private Water Supply Education and Water Testing event is designed for people who manage a private drinking water supply. 

This workshop will cover how to test and protect your well or spring and when water treatment might make sense. 

It will also discuss well and spring system inspection and maintenance so you know how to protect your family, your property, and the groundwater we share. 

This event is for residents of Pennsylvania who use a private water supply (well, spring, cistern) in their primary residence.

Click Here to register and for more information.

Visit the Penn State Extension webpage for information on other educational opportunities.

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[Posted: May 6, 2024]  PA Environment Digest

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