Monitoring & Testing E-Zine
March 2010

This Month�s Featured Articles, Papers & Reports
On tap: recreational waterborne disease at an all-time high
Levels of recreational waterborne disease are at their highest since reporting began in 1978, suggesting the need for interventions aimed at reducing risks in natural and treated water systems. More outbreaks are reported related to recreational� waterborne diesease than drinking water sources. Every two years the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publishes a report on waterborne disease outbreaks in the US. These surveillance summaries provide the single most complete source of data ...
Abandoning Monitoring Wells: Safety Issues
Monitoring wells are typically constructed to gauge the extent of contamination, assess water quality and conduct other hydrogeologic studies. Depending on its objective, the monitoring well may remain in use or may be abandoned permanently. When declared inactive, the well is many a times left as it is. Open unused wells are hazardous to life and environment: � Contamination may spread from one location to another.   � Groundwater may move upwards and leak.   � Others may get tempted ...
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