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Posted on: May 13, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Water Quality Workshop

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As part of an initiative that has recently begun,  the Commission on the Use of Publicly Owned Property (CUPOP) will host the second of its series of public information workshops on Sustainability topics. The 'First Tuesday' topic for June will be a workshop on Well Water Quality. It will take place on Tuesday, June 4th at 6pm at the Library – you are all invited! 

Guest Speakers:

  • Steve Vitko, a watershed specialist in the Dept. of Environmental Planning, Regional Water Authority -  he will address water conservation and recycling
  • Alexa Rinaldi, RS, a registered sanitarian from Quinnipiac Valley Environmental and Health  District - she will address general information about applications regarding new regulations and systems for the home
  • Randy Bonocek, general operations manager with Aquatech, a local water testing / consulting firm  - he will address water testing and share a variety of information and materials for water integrity conservation 

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