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Posted March 26, 2012 | Leave a comment
Household well water testing should be an annual event
Did you know that your body weight is 55-75% water, or approximately 10-12 gallons? We need water to live and stay healthy. On an average day, an adult needs approximately 10-12 cups of water. We need to replace water lost through respiration, sweat and elimination.
How safe is my water? Should I test my household water supply? Many people have concerns about the safety of the water used in their households.
• Municipal water systems
• Private wells
1) there is a new infant or pregnant woman in the household,
The Virginia Cooperative Extension, Frederick County, will be offering a well water clinic on Monday, April 30 in Frederick County to give area residents access to affordable water testing and information about possible treatments. For more information or to register, call Virginia Cooperative Extension - Frederick County at (540)665-5699 or contact Karen Ridings at firstname.lastname@example.org.
VCE, Shenandoah County will be offering well water clinics in June for Page, Warren, and Shenandoah Counties. For information or to register for these clinics contact Shenandoah County VCE at (540)459-6140.
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