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Iowa’s Capacity to address water well concerns. Ken Sharp, MPA, RS Director, Division of Environmental Health IDPH. Then…. Groundwater Protection Act 1987 Grants to Counties Program (local EH programs) SWRL 1 & 2/CHEEC SHL resources 1993 Floods, CDC 9-state well survey

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Iowa s capacity to address water well concerns

Iowa’s Capacity to address water well concerns

Ken Sharp, MPA, RS

Director, Division of Environmental Health

IDPH


Iowa s capacity to address water well concerns

Then…

  • Groundwater Protection Act 1987

    • Grants to Counties Program (local EH programs)

  • SWRL 1 & 2/CHEEC

  • SHL resources

  • 1993 Floods, CDC 9-state well survey

    • 800 private water wells surveyed/TA to local EH

  • EH Capacity Grants 2001 – 2007

    • Workshops on private water wells w/DNR, Geological Survey, SHL, and IWWA


Iowa s capacity to address water well concerns

Now…

  • Regional EH meetings

  • Grants to Counties

  • Limited capacity at IDPH/DNR

  • SHL

  • CHEEC

  • IWWA workshops


Into the future

Into the future…

  • Environmental Public Health Tracking

  • Dwindling State and Federal Resources

  • Ability to address emerging water well issues, let alone traditional needs???

  • Importance of collaborative relationships to address technical capacity of water well industry


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