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PRIVATE WATER WELL TESTING FOR HURRICANE HARVEY IMPACTED WELLS

1 Feb 2018 4:02 PM | Anonymous

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and others are collaborating to offer another set of water testing opportunities for private well owners in Chambers, Hardin, and Orange Counties affected by floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey.

Residents can pick up a free water sampling test kit from their local AgriLife Extension office, but must be able to return the sample to that office from 8-11 AM on Feb. 6, 2018.

For more information about the screenings, visit this link at Texas A&M AgriLife.

To learn more about programs offered through the Texas Well Owner Network or to find additional publications and resources, go to http://twon.tamu.edu.


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