Surveillance, Treatment, and Well Testing Approaches for Safe Groundwater and Private Wells
Join us for this webinar series with water experts from academia, public health, and industry to learn the latest information about domestic well water quality and safety. Up to one continuing education contact hour can be earned for each webinar attended. There is no cost for the webinars and you do not need to be a NEHA member.
Recordings of the past webinars will be available soon on NEHA's E-Learning.
- Webinar 1: A Mental Models Approach to Risk Communication for Private Well Testing
Presented by Dr. Jacqueline MacDonald Gibson, Professor and Chair, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, School of Public Health, Indiana University
- Webinar 2: Collaborative Pilot-Scale Evaluation of Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) and Ion Exchange (IX) Media for Removal of PFAS From Groundwater
Presented by Dr. Adam Redding, Technical Director of Drinking Water Solutions, Calgon Carbon Corporation
- Webinar 3: Private Water System Protection and Treatment
Presented by Susan Boser, Andy Yencha, and Danielle Rhea, Water Resources Educators at Penn State Extension
Presented by Mariah Caballero and Austin Fernandez, Doctoral Students, and Dr. Yolanda Jane McDonald, Professor, Vanderbilt University; and Judy Manners, Environmental Health Specialist, Tennessee Department of Health
- Webinar 5: New Mexico DOH's Approaches to Estimating Private Wells, Private Well Users, and Risk Estimations
Presented by Rose Galbraith, Drinking Water Epidemiologist, New Mexico Department of Health