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Ground Water Science Professional SeminarsMark your calendar: The Sustainable Wellfield - An Asset Management Short Course presented by NGWA, with our Stuart Smith and Allen Comeskey as your instructors. This one is in October 2016 in Westerville, Ohio USA. Versions of it have been before in Ohio and internationally. We can bring the course to you!

At Ground Water Science, we believe that a well-informed client is an ideal client.  The more you know about your source water infrastructure, the less likely it is that you will be harmed by a poor decision or mismanaged project, and the easier it will be for us to communicate clearly as we work together to address your ground water system issues.

So to enhance your own understanding of ground water and source water infrastructure systems, Ground Water Science offers professional seminars on a range of topics, mostly relating to ground water and water well systems and issues, including our all-day Ground Water and Wells and Sustainable Wells courses.

We have offered these in locations as varied as Ohio, Queensland Australia, and Tanzania. Look for them in Ohio in the near future. We offer Ohio EPA operator training hours.

As we have scheduled programs, look for them in our UpComing Events list.

However, our training options are not limited only to a public schedule.  If you require a special date, location, or topic, we will gladly schedule a customized on-site private training seminar for your organization that is tailored to your needs and concerns.  To schedule a custom seminar, please contact Stuart Smith.

Office - Western Ohio

Western Ohio (Main) Office
295 S. Lawn Ave.
Bluffton, OH  45817

Office - Appalachian Plateau

Appalachian Plateau Office
22 Edgewater Dr.
Poland, OH  44514

Tip of the Day

If you experience a coliform positive, before blaming the ground water source, look for the simplest cause first, such as sample tap issues, breaks or failures in the discharge line, or other wellhead issues.