Save the Date: 2022 Annual Forum | June 21-23| Salt Lake City, Utah. Details Coming Soon!

Save the Date: 2022 Annual Forum | June 21-23| Salt Lake City, Utah. Details Coming Soon!



GWPC Accepting Applications for Executive Director Position

The GWPC Board Executive Committee announced today it will be accepting applications for GWPC Execut...Read More

New Mexico Releases WaterSTAR Produced Water Data Portal

The New Mexico Produced Water Reuse data portal was developed through an agreement between the New M...Read More

RBDMS WellFinder Adds Kansas Data

The state of Kansas has joined 13 other oil and gas states whose well data is now featured in the RB...Read More



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Will Cover:

  • Understanding and Mitigating Arsenic Mobilization during Managed Aquifer Recharge
    Sarah Fakhreddine, Ph.D. | Postdoctoral Researcher | The University of Texas at Austin

  • Treatment and Management of Injected Water During Aquifer Storage and Recovery to Minimize the Potential Release of Arsenic
    Charles Werth, Ph.D. | Professor | University of Texas at Austin
06/21/2022 – 06/23/2022
Sheraton Salt Lake City



State Source Water Protection (SWP) Programs: A Progress Report on Agriculture and Forestry Coordination Since the Passage of the 2018 Farm Bill

The Association of State Drinking Water Administrators (ASDWA) and the Ground Water Protection Co...


Injection Wells: A Guide to Their Use, Operation, and Regulation (2021 Update)

The purpose of this guide is to provide introductory information about groundwater and the Underg...


Potential Induced Seismicity Guide: A Resource of Technical and Regulatory Considerations Associated with Fluid Injection

The State Oil and Gas Regulatory Exchange (Exchange) released today a third edition of its report...


Produced Water Report: Regulations, Current Practices & Needs

The GWPC released a 'Produced Water Report' on June 24, 2019, that examines current regulati...

About Us

The Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC) is a nonprofit 501(c)6 organization whose members consist of state ground water regulatory agencies which come together within the GWPC organization to mutually work toward the protection of the nation’s ground water supplies. The purpose of the GWPC is to promote and ensure the use of best management practices and fair but effective laws regarding comprehensive ground water protection.

Our mission is to promote the protection and conservation of ground water resources for all beneficial uses, recognizing ground water as a critical component of the ecosystem. We provide an important forum for stakeholder communication and research in order to improve governments’ role in the protection and conservation of groundwater.

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