Well water golden rule: If you drink it, test it! Learn how
Kingston, R.I. –
If you use a private well for drinking water, be a smart well owner. Make sure the water is safe to drink. Attend a free program to learn how to maintain your well and test your water. Water quality expert Alyson McCann from the University of Rhode Island
will offer the program on Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 from 6:00 to 7:00 PM at the North Scituate Community House in Scituate, RI. The workshop is sponsored by the Rhode Island Department of Health and co-sponsored by the Northern Rhode Island Conservation District and Providence Water.
Well owners who have attended this program in the past have said:
“These experts are very helpful. They use plain language and cover the basics.”
“This was a good review of how a well can get polluted and how to prevent it.”
“I finally understand why it’s so important to test my water and when and how to do it. It’s easier than I thought.”
You will get easy to read handouts to remind you about key points. Alyson will be sure to answer your questions either during the program or afterwards.
Annual water testing kits from the RI State Health Lab will be available after the program. Attendees can return the kits and payment on Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 from 8:00 to 9:00 AM at the North Scituate Community House and the samples will be taken to the State Health Lab in Providence for testing.
CALL THE URI COOPERATIVE EXTENSION 401-874-4918 FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER. SPACE IS LIMITED. You can register online at: http://web.uri.edu/safewater/workshops/.
Tuesday, February 26 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm
North Scituate Community House 546 West Greenville Road, Scituate, RI
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