Protecting groundwater protects public health, the environment

 
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State Water Organization Elects New Leaders

 
NEWS RELEASE
Monday, August 20, 2012
Contact: Alexandra Dapolito Dunn, 202-756-0600 x 1, Association of Clean Water Administrators
 
State Water Organization Elects New Leaders

GWPC/NGWA Release HF Brochure for Water Well Owners

 

Decentralized Wastewater Webcast Series

PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL PERSPECTIVES FOR SUSTAINABLE DECENTRALIZED WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2012 • 1:00 P.M.–2:30 P.M. ET.
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GWPC Releases New Website Design

Welcome to our New Website

The Groundwater Protection Council recently released approved designs for our new website. The new design includes a shift in overall look and feel, but also incorporates additional functionality.

You’ll recognize previously existing content on our projects and programs.  We’ve also added new content under the Programs section.


RBDMS Spring Training

WHEN: April 17-20,2018

WHERE: Lido Beach

HOTEL: Lido Beach Please call 800.441.2113 the block is under Ground Water Protection Council RBDMS Meeting. The deadline is March 12, 2018. The room rate is 159.00 and 199.00.


2018 Annual Forum

When: September 8-13 2018

Where: Sheraton New Orleans – 500 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70130

More information coming soon!

State Oil and Natural Gas Regulations Designed to Protect Water Resources (3rd Edition)

The Ground Water Protection Council is pleased to announce the release of its report “State Oil and Natural Gas Regulations Designed to Protect Water Resources”, Third Edition.  This report provides a compiled list of regulatory elements such as permitting, well integrity, hydraulic fracturing, well plugging, pits, tanks and spill management.  These are presented in a graphical form which details the number of states that implement them.  In addition, the report describes the regulatory framework under which oil and natural gas field operations are managed and suggests a series of regulator

2017 Revision: Potential Injection-Induced Seismicity Associated with Oil & Gas Development: A Primer on Technical and Regulatory Considerations Informing Risk Management and Mitigation

States First, an initiative of the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission and the Ground Water Protection Council, is pleased to announce the release of its Second Edition of the report entitled “Potential Injection-Induced Seismicity Associated with Oil & Gas Development:  A Primer on Technical and Regulatory Considerations Informing Risk Management and Mitigation.”  This 2017 revision of the 2015 report contains numerous additions, updates, clarifications and corrections which will help regulators and the public understand aspects of induced seismicity and its relationship to under

2018 UIC Abstracts

In order for an abstract to be considered, please submit all required information online through our abstract submittal form. Abstracts must be submitted by December 8, 2017, for consideration. All items highlighted with red are required, other fields are optional.

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