THE WATER EXPERT BLOG

Water Science School

Looking for something to do with the kids or have water related questions? Check out "Water Science School" for free online!   https://water.usgs.gov/edu/ The U.S. Geological Survey is the sole science agency for the Department of the Interior. It is sought out by...

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Is it safe to go back in the water…

With the heat we have coming up over the next couple of weeks, lots of people will be wanting to head to the beach. Before you head out, check https://bit.ly/2bH67XT. The NH Department of Environmental Services monitors our beaches to ensure safe swimming and keep...

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Have fun with water experiments!

Do you have "littles" that will be home for the summer soon and you're wondering how to keep them busy? Why not have fun while also teaching about water? Check out the below link to have a blast with water:...

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Epping Well and Pump is passionate about clean water.

At Epping Well and Pump, our passion is clean water. Clean water for you to drink is our mission, but we also care about clean water on the largest scales. If you check out water in the news, just this week there is new technology being deployed to help with ridding...

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ArsenicandYou.org

We are part of the NH Arsenic Consortium whose Mission is "to help the public, primarily private well users, become aware of (1) the presence and health implications of arsenic in the food and water supply, (2) the importance of testing private wells for arsenic and...

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Private well testing produces troublesome results

Water in one out of five NH private wells contains levels above state standards for arsenic BY PEG BOYLES Published: January 4, 2018, NH Business Review     Henry DeBoer of Epping Well & Pump Co., Inc. and Seacoast Analytical Services talks with Technical Director...

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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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