U.S. Senate Committee Hearing on Nation’s Water Infrastructure Hears Testimony from Water Well Trust Arkansas Project Participant

…for decades before they were provided with a low interest loan through the Water Systems Council’s Water Well Trust to drill a water well in 2014, testified during the subcommittee’s…

Water Systems Council Hails U.S. Senate Passage of Water Resources Development Act of 2016

water supply systems. Every American has the right to clean and safe drinking water, and well water systems are a great way to affordably ensure that it is available. Both…

Water Well Care: wellcare® Info Sheets

pdf (320.2 KiB) For Healthcare Professionals Drinking Water & Children’s Health – pdf (304.7 KiB) Drinking Water & Individuals with Compromised Immune Systems – pdf (388.4 KiB) Drinking Water &…

Water Systems Cost Savings Act Introduced in U.S. House

federal funding for drinking water systems serving 500 or fewer people. The Savings Act is supported by leading rural drinking water organizations, including the Water Systems Council, the Water Quality…

Water Supply Cost Savings Act Introduced in Congress to Help Address Small Communities’ Water Infrastructure Funding Crisis

water needs,” said Bo Andersson, Water Systems Council president. “Local water supply projects completed by WSC’s Water Well Trust have clearly demonstrated that these smaller systems can save the nation…

Bipartisan Water Supply Cost Savings Act Introduced in Senate to Help Address Rural Communities’ Water Infrastructure Funding Crisis

Act (S. 1642) was greeted with enthusiastic support from the water supply industry, including the Water Systems Council, the Water Quality Association and the National Groundwater Association. “We are extremely…

Savings Action Plan Information

of expensive drinking water systems. Drinking Water Infrastructure Challenge The United States is facing a drinking water infrastructure funding crisis. “Official” EPA estimates from the Clean Water and Drinking Water

FAQs

…the tests to determine the safety of your water supply. Never purchase water systems from a non-certified or pushy salesperson. WSC recommends having your water tested by a certified laboratory…

Water Systems Council Announces Upcoming Dates for Water Systems Primer & Refresher

at 202-625-4387 or via email at mmartens@watersystemscouncil.org. The Water Systems Council (WSC) is the only national, nonprofit organization solely focused on household wells and small water well systems. WSC is…

Savings Action Plan

a Drinking Water Technology Clearinghouse for information on the cost-effectiveness of innovative and alternative drinking water delivery systems, including wells and well systems; and disseminate such information to the public, communities, and…