Safe Well Water? Test to be sure.
URI and RI Dept of Health offer informational programs for private well owners.
In Rhode Island, private well owners are responsible for testing and maintaining the quality of their own well water. In order to provide residents with information on private well water testing, treatment, and maintenance, water quality experts from URI will hold a free program on Monday, May 13, 2019 from 6:00–7:00 PM at the Little Compton Community Center, 34 Commons, Little Compton, RI.
“Workshop participants will learn about substances that can affect well water, why they are a concern, how to arrange for a well water test, and well water treatment options,” said Alyson McCann, with URI Cooperative Extension’s Water Quality Program. Following the well testing schedule developed by the RI Department of Health helps private well owners protect their family and identify any potential problems. We will review what to test for and when, where to have the water tested, and discuss some basic well maintenance tips.
Educational handouts and water testing kits from the RI Dept. of Health will be available for participants. Following the workshop, experts will be on-hand to answer additional questions. Workshop attendees will be able to return their water samples and payment at the Little Compton Community Center on Tuesday May 14, 2019 at
8 AM and URI will transport them to the State Health Lab for testing.
CALL THE URI COOPERATIVE EXTENSION 401-874-4918 FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER. SPACE IS LIMITED. VISIT WWW.RIWELLTESTING.ORG
Monday, May 13, 2019 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Little Compton Community Center 34 Commons, Little Compton, RI
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