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THE NATIONAL GROUND WATER ASSN ANNOUNCES RELAUNCH OF WELLOWNER.ORG
Source: National Ground Water Assn news release

Westerville, OH - The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) in partnership with the Rural Community Assistance Partnership and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are announcing today the re-launch of their flagship website WellOwner.org.

WellOwner.org has long been the go-to resource for well owners in search of information on properly testing, tending, and treating their private water systems. Now, by utilizing advances in website design to enhance the user experience, WellOwner.org is easier to navigate and contains even more resources to protect private water wells.

New features of WellOwner.org include:
New and improved Contractor Lookup, which allows users from across the country to find certified water well contractors in their area

Blog posts from water well experts on how to best maintain private water systems

Modern, professional, and responsive look on all devices allowing well owners to bring the website directly to their water well

Enhanced search functions allowing efficient delivery of educational content

New "Know Your Well" podcasts with NGWA staff interviewing experts from across the United States to discuss everything from well construction to water testing to groundwater protection. "Know Your Well" will debut Friday, August 14.

NGWA will also be using the re-launch of WellOwner.org to remind the public of the importance of having their water well system annually inspected by a certified water well contractor.

"Our goal with relaunching WellOwner.org is to provide updated resources and content in an easy-to-use format and to introduce a new generation of homeowners with information on how to maintain their private water well," said CEO of the National Ground Water Association Terry S. Morse, CAE, CIC. "It's incredibly important to keep your private water system well maintained and we feel this new site provides the information, education, and resources to properly do so."


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