Friday, April 20, 2012

Water Quality Website Reaches 1 Million Visitors


For Immediate Release
Contact: Rick Grant, 570-325-2818

Water Quality Website Reaches 1 Million Visitors
Online resource is helpful to private well owners and others interested in what they drink.

WILKES-BARRE, PA—April 20, 2012—Brian Oram, a professional geologist and soil scientist and founder of B.F. Environmental Consultants, announced today that his website,, has reached a milestone of one million unique visitors.

“More and more people are becoming interested in the quality of their drinking water and what steps they can take personally to improve that quality,” said Oram. “Private well owners particularly need to know that the quality of their water is something they can take control of, and I consider it my civic responsibility to provide as much help as I can through this website.”

Oram’s website is dedicated to providing free information for private well owners that is fact-based and helpful in explaining possible causes for low-quality drinking water and suggesting action items to take in caring for private wells. In addition to private well owners, the website is used by educators and teachers nationwide.

About B.F. Environmental Consultants, Inc.
B.F. Environmental Consultants, based in Northeastern Pennsylvania and the Poconos, has been providing professional geological, soils, hydrogeological, and environmental consulting services since 1985. The company specializes in the following areas: hydrogeological and wastewater evaluations for siting land-based wastewater disposal systems; soils consulting (soil scientists), environmental monitoring, overseeing the siting, exploration, and development of community/ commercial water supply sources; environmental training/ professional training courses, and other environmental services. For more information about B.F. Environmental Consultants, visit and

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Media Contact:
Rick Grant
Principal, RGA Public Relations


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