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NGWA offers free online primer on nitrate in drinking water
July 28, 2014, Westerville, OH – A free, short online lesson about nitrate in drinking water and what to do about it is available to household water well owners on the NGWA website.  | READ MORE
 
Water well industry loses influential leader
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July 25, 2014, Steinbach, Man. – Ground Water Canada reports with sadness the passing of John Friesen, past president of the Canadian Ground Water Association and president of the Manitoba Water Well Association, who died on July 21 as the result of a motorcycle accident.  | READ MORE
 
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Canada's drinking-water guidelines criticized in report
July 24, 2014, Vancouver – A national environmental group is criticizing Canada’s drinking-water guidelines and recommending the country adopt a national approach to the issue, reports The Province. | READ MORE
 
Canada’s oil and gas and geothermal industries team up
July 23, 2014, Edmonton – Deep Earth Energy Production Corp. recently completed the feasibility study for a pilot project that would tap into a hot aquifer near Estevan, Sask., and produce enough electricity to power about 5,000 homes upon completion in 2017. | READ MORE
 
Federal government criticized for leaving fracking chemicals off pollutant list
July 23, 2014, Ottawa – Environmentalists and legal experts are criticizing the federal government's decision to omit toxic chemicals used in fracking from a list that summarizes pollutants going into Canada's air, land and water, reports The Canadian Press. | READ MORE
 
Mapping waterworks beneath Canada-U.S. border
July 22, 2014, Taber, Alta. – A team of hydrogeologists is piecing together a 3-D model of the aquifer straddling the Alberta-Montana border in a comprehensive look at the underground waterworks shared by Canada and the U.S., reports Postmedia News. | READ MORE
 
Naval officers perform water well operations in Kabul
July 18, 2014, Kabul, Afghanistan – At the New Kabul Compound, specially trained operators work around the clock drilling a new water well to support future compound operations. | READ MORE
 
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