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Authors as Published

Erin Ling, Sr. Extension Associate and Virginia Household Water Quality Program Coordinator; Brian Benham, Extension Specialist, BSE; and Jessica Slagle, BSE Undergraduate Research Assistant.

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The Virginia Household Water Quality Program (VAHWQP) offers affordable, confidential water testing and education to the 1.7 million Virginians who rely on private wells and springs for their household water through county Extension offices in about 65 counties each year.  These VAHWQP summary reports explain how the program works and provide a snapshot of common water quality issues and water system characteristics in given counties, as well as solutions to common well and water quality problems.  Please contact or visit us at for more information.  

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Publication Date

December 11, 2019