Educational circulars and private well owner resources: providing drinking water information to the public
Atiles, Jorge H.
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A series of University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service circulars was designed to help well owners deal with problems identified by water test reports. These circulars are brief, written in a non-technical fashion, and designed for county-delivery along with water test results or on their own to answer common questions. Topics include: wellhead protection, testing water, water treatment, shock chlorination, nitrate, pesticides, coliform bacteria, hydrogen sulfide and sulfate, corrosion and scaling, lead and copper, and iron and manganese. Circulars are available in English and Spanish as printed publications and through the UGA Extension website, www.fcs.uga.edu/housing/water.