Upcoming PWN Events
Tuesday, Febraruy 23
2 p.m.–3 p.m. EST
PWN is hosting its third installment of the PWN Water Treatment Webinar Series. This webinar will focus on lead treatment in private wells. Lead commonly occurs in private well water due to corrosion of household plumbing or less frequently due to groundwater contamination. The webinar will discuss the occurrence and causes of lead in well water along with corrosion control, reverse osmosis, and other treatment strategies.
In this webinar, Bryan Swistock will share his insights on private well water treatment for lead. Swistock is a water resources extension specialist in the College of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Ecosystem Science and Management at Penn State University. He received a bachelor’s degree in environmental health from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in environmental pollution control from Penn State University. For the past 32 years he has conducted research, teaching, and extension programs on emerging water resources issues throughout Pennsylvania.
Wednesday, March 10
2 p.m.–3 p.m. EST
In celebration of National Groundwater Awareness Week, March 7–13, NEHA and PWN are hosting a Twitter Chat to initiate a conversation on the challenges, opportunities, and priorities regarding private drinking water, how impaired private water quality impacts public health, and what we can do to respond to emerging and existing issues.
Join us in leading this conversation on private water! #GWAWChat #GroundwaterAwarenessWeek #PWN
Want to join PWN? You can sign up at www.PrivateWaterNetwork.org. NEHA membership is not required to be a member of PWN; however, you will need to create a MyNEHA account here if you do not have one. If you do have a MyNEHA account, then log into your account and under My Profile section, create a PWN application. Once you have created an application, PWN admin will admit you to the community and notify you via email.
Feel free to contact Reem Tariq at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or concerns about PWN.