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CLEAN.

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Water the Wisconsin Way.

FRESH.

CLEAN.

SAFE.

Water the Wisconsin Way.

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CLEAN.

SAFE.

Water the Wisconsin Way.

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CLEAN.

SAFE.

Water the Wisconsin Way.

News & Events

MADISON — As spring approaches, warming temperatures, snow melt, residual frozen ground and rain events all create conditions that can affect private wells and drinking water.

“Now is the time of year for well owners to watch for signs of flooding and to notice any change in the color, smell or taste of their drinking water,” said Liesa Lehmann, private water section chief for the Department of Natural Resources.

DNR drinking water staff advises well owners who observe flooding or changes in their water to assume their wells are contaminated and to take the following steps

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“When the well’s dry,
we know the worth of water.”

- Benjamin Franklin, (1706-1790)

Welcome

The Wisconsin Water Well Association represents over 300 licensed well drillers and pump installers. Its purpose is to increase the industry’s knowledge and understanding of proper drilling, pump installation, and well abandonment techniques; work with the appropriate state agencies in the protection of Wisconsin’s ground water; and increase the public’s awareness of the importance of and involvement in ground water efforts.

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