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Concerning Arsenic in Wells
The New Hampshire Arsenic Consortium met at the NH DES in Concord. Arsenic present in private wells is growing concern in NH. As a laboratory that provides arsenic testing, Endyne has identified this issue in a number of water supplies. Rod Lamothe attended this conference to learn more about the problems and what Endyne can do to help.
Getting Ready: Vermont Revised Total Coliform Rule
Endyne front office staff from our Lebanon and Williston offices met with staff from Vermont’s Drinking Water and Groundwater Protection Division to learn more about the upcoming implementation of the Revised Total Coliform Rule, which goes into effect on April 1, 2016 The division’s staff were very thorough in the training they provided. We gained a lot of information about the changes which should help with our sample acceptance procedures.
We remind all of you that Sampling Plans are due by the end of March.
The Vermont Ground Water Association (VGWA) held its annual meeting on Friday, February 26th. Endyne Vice President Rod Lamothe was in attendance with our booth and display. VGWA President Claude Chevalier was also in attendance. Rod reported that the presentations were informative and well received. Well done Claude!
Representing Rural Water
Endyne Vice President Rod Lamothe visited Washington DC in early February, representing the Vermont Rural Water Association (VRWA) at the National Rural Water Conference. Rod serves on the VRWA Board of Directors and is extremely dedicated to their success. The conference featured speakers such as Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and Oklahoma Representative Tom Cole, on topics regarding the importance of clean drinking water for health and economic development issues.
Rod also met with the staff for VT Senator Bernie Sanders and VT Representative Peter Welch. Another high point was meeting with VT Senator Patrick Leahy, a strong supporter of VRWA and its mission. Also in attendance were Shaun Fielder, Executive Director for VRWA, and Ed Savage, Chief Operator for West Rutland Wastewater, and President of VRWA.