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Environment and Natural Resources » Wells

Displaying 21 to 24 of 24 Publications.

  • MF857
    MF857
    Nitrate and Groundwater

    Nitrate & nitrite can have both immediate and long-term health effects. Nitrate is a common contaminant in ground-water. 28% of farmstead wells are above the nitrate standard.

    $0.30
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  • MF2246
    MF2246
    Plugging Cisterns, Cesspools, Septic Tanks and Other Holes

    Many rural homesites have underground holes for water (cisterns) or waste (cess-pools, septic tanks, seepage pits). They are safety hazards for people, animals and groundwater contamination.

    $0.24
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  • MF935
    MF935
    Plugging Abandoned Wells

    Abandoned wells & test holes are located in fields, farmsteads, etc. without being properly plugged. They are sources for contamination of groundwater & are a physical hazard to animals & children.

    $0.27
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  • MF948
    MF948
    Managing the Farmstead to Minimize Groundwater and Well Contamination

    This publication addresses how to manage agricultural activities around the farmstead to minimize potential contamination of wells and groundwater.

    $0.24
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