THE WATER EXPERT BLOG

Check your water system and water quality

“Water Works”, a recent program on NHPTV, discussed several different important points about our water supply and its use. Below you will find a link to a portion of the program that talks about checking your system and testing your water. Henry DeBoer, the owner and...

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Water Efficiency

“Water Works”, a recent program on NHPTV, discussed several different important points about our water supply and its use. Below you will find a link to a portion of that program that talks about how you can be efficient with water use inside your home. Have you ever...

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Is your irrigation system costing you money and water?

"Water Works”, a recent program on NHPTV, discussed several different important points about our water supply and its use. Below you will find a link to a portion of the program that discusses ways to be more efficient with your outside water use....

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Search NH DES OneStop Database for Public Water System Data

Is your water source a public water supply?  Do you want to know what’s in your water? One of the key functions of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Drinking Water and Groundwater Bureau is to administer the federal Safe Water Drinking Act and...

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Are water leaks draining money from your pocket?

“Water Works”, a recent program on New Hampshire Public Television (NHPTV), discussed several different important points about our water supply and its use. Below you will find a link to a portion of the program that talks about water leaks, how to find them and how...

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NH Seacoast Drought Status lifted April 24, 2017

Drought conditions have improved in NH over the winter and Spring of 2017.  As of April 27, 2017, the drought status was lifted for the majority of NH. However, we are still abnormally dry and groundwater levels are low. See our interview on WMUR that discusses the...

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Hiring! Opportunities in the water industry

“Water Works”, a recent program on NHPTV, discussed several different important points about our water supply and its use. Below you will find a link to a portion of the program that talks about the aging infrastructure of our municipal water systems and opportunities...

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Celebrate Drinking Water Week, May 7 – 13, 2017

Epping Well and Pump and the American Water Works Association encourages ‘getting to know and love’ tap water during Drinking Water Week Epping Well and Pump, the American Water Works Association and water professionals across North America are kicking off Drinking...

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Water: How do we know there is enough for our city/town?

“Water Works”, a recent program on NHPTV, discussed several different important points about our water supply and its use. Below you will find a link to a portion of that program that talks how usage of our water supplies is monitored and how we avoid drawing these...

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Get The Lead Out

Get the Lead Out!! It’s important to know if there is lead in your drinking water.  Some people, such as babies, children under 6, and nursing or pregnant women are more susceptible to the health concerns that lead in your water can cause. Lead in your water comes...

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Discover WILD New Hampshire Day – Saturday, April 29

Save the date! Do you love New Hampshire?  Do you love wild animals?  This might be the event for you! Saturday, April 29 is Discover WILD New Hampshire Day.  New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s most popular free community event of the year will be held on the...

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Well Water Supplies Remain Low Despite Drought Improvement

PRESS RELEASE: News from the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, CONTACT:  Jim Martin, (603) 271-3710 des.nh.gov twitter.com/NHDES, April 13, 2017 Concord, NH - Drought conditions in New Hampshire continue in the southern half of the state, where...

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Drought conditions remain in many areas of New Hampshire

While the amount of snow over the winter along with the recent rains, has helped, many areas are still under drought conditions. From: http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/Home/StateDroughtMonitor.aspx?NH About 60% of the state is considered anywhere from “Abnormally dry” to...

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Water Treatment Options

When you have concerns about your drinking water, the first step should always be having your water tested at an accredited laboratory. This will tell you what is in your water and what might be causing any concerns you’re having.  This information will provide your...

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