Thursday, January 23, 2014

Free Well and Spring Water Screening Test- Pennsylvania

As part of our outreach and assistance to private well owners in Pennsylvania, we are offering a free water screening test.  The water screening test will check the general quality of your well or spring water and the testing will include pH, conductivity, total dissolved solids, iron, nitrate, nitrite, alkalinity, and total hardness.  To qualify for the testing, you will need to do the following:
1. Provide you full name, email address,  and mailing address with a general description of your water source. This should include your zip code, county, and local municipality and the water sample should be collected prior to any water treatment.
2. Provide a description of any water quality concerns or questions.
3. Provide a copy of any certified baseline testing or most recent water test.
4. Using a clean plastic spring water bottle or plastic container – collected a 200 ml water sample or 6 ozs- Remove any aeration devices and allow the water to run for 10 to 15 minutes prior to sampling.  Ship the sample to the address shown below.
5. State that you Liked our Websites on Facebook (PA Groundwater Forum and/or  Keystone Clean Water Team ).
Mail your water sample to the following address.  Turn-around time may be as much as 2 weeks.
Keystone Clean Water Team(CCGG Program)
15 Hillcrest Drive
Dallas, PA 18612
There will be no charge for the analysis, but we will plan to use your testing results as part of our educational outreach program.   There will be NO sales calls for water treatment equipment and your contact information will NOT be sold to any third party.
If you are looking for more comprehensive information water testing, please visit our Private Well Owner Water Testing Portal.   If you are looking for certified baseline testing, please go to this webportal.
This program is supported by donations by individuals, businesses, and corporations. Please consider supporting this effort – ever dollars helps!
Program is open to all private well owners in the United States.  More Details - go to

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