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Investigation into Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) Found in Southern New Hampshire Drinking Water

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April 22, 2016
  Updated Drinking Water Well Test Results for Southern N.H. PFOA Investigation
April 19, 2016
  NHDES Southern N.H. PFOA Investigation Update
Bottled Water Pick Up
April 14, 2016
  Southern N.H. PFOA Investigation Update
Groundwater and Soil Sample Results from the Saint-Gobain Facility
April 13, 2016
  Southern N.H. PFOA Investigation Update
Updated Drinking Water Well Test Results and NHDES Expanding Area for Private Well Testing
April 7, 2016
  NHDES Southern N.H. PFOA Investigation Update Bottled Water to Be Provided to Approximately 400 Properties
April 6, 2016
  DES Launches New OneStop Data Mapper Web Mapping Site
April 5, 2016
  Public Information Meeting
Litchfield, NHNHDES and NHHS to Discuss Results of Drinking Water Tests Related to Investigation of Perfluorochemical Found in Drinking Water
March 31, 2016
  Updated Drinking Water Well Test Results for Southern N.H. PFOA Investigation
March 29, 2016
  Updated Drinking Water Well Test Results for Southern N.H. PFOA Investigation
March 25, 2016
  Bedford Public Information Meeting
NHDES and NH Division of Public Health Services to Discuss Results of Drinking Water Tests Related to Investigation of Perfluorochemical Found in Drinking Water
March 18, 2016
  NHDES Receives Initial Drinking Water Well Tests for Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) in Southern New Hampshire
March 14, 2016
 

Public Information Meetings - NHDES and NH Division of Public Health Services to Discuss Results of Drinking Water Tests Related to Investigation of Perfluorochemical Found in Drinking Water

March 11, 2016
  Grants Available for Wetlands Restoration
March 4, 2016
  NHDES, Merrimack Village Water District, and Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Investigating Perfluorochemical Found in Drinking Water
February 3, 2016
  $1 Million Federal Grant Awarded to Help Conserve 1,100 Acres in Epping, N.H.

 

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  Test It - A short video on how to test your well
  Healthy Water - A short video on the health concerns for common contaminants in New Hampshire’s groundwater
  2014, Draft 303(d) List, October 14, 2015
  NHDES Be Well Informed Private Well App - An interactive web application for private well owners to interpret water quality test results and identify appropriate water treatment options
  Current Drought Conditions
  Drive Electric NH - Charging Station Grants
  NEW! Subsurface ePermitting
  Environmental News Newsletter, March/April 2016 Issue Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  Great Bay Nitrogen Non-Point Source Study – Final Report
  Investigation into Contaminant Found in Pease Tradeport Water System
  Subsurface Systems File & Archive Record Request Form
  New Hampshire's Environmental Dashboard

 

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  Register now for the May 11 Drinking Water Source Protection Conference
  DRAFT 401 Water Quality Certification for the Granite Meadows Development in Raymond available for public comment
  Approved 401 Water Quality Certification for the Monadnock Hydroelectric Project
  Approved 401 Water Quality Certification for the redevelopment and operation of the Brooklyn Hydropower Project
  EPA Sets 2015 National Standard for Ozone at 70 ppb Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  Department Climate Initiative: 2014 Periodic Review Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  Approved 401 Water Quality Certification for the Pike Industries Hooksett Quarry Expansion
  NHDES Air Monitoring Program's Annual Network Review, Plan and 5-Year Assessment Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
  Water Quality Certification Approved for the Balsams Grand Resort Wilderness Ski Area snowmaking withdrawal and redevelopment
  Final Temporary Permit for Public Service of New Hampshire – Schiller Station, Portsmouth, NH
  Water Quality Certification Approved for the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge Replacement Project
  Wetlands Bureau Rulemaking and Process Improvement Effort
  EPA’s Clean Power Plan
  A Climate Action Plan For the State of New Hampshire
  Great Bay Estuary

 

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