Water Well Journal

June 2015

Water Well Journal

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Y WH C T GE Y EXPERIENCE ABILITY D ? CERTIFIED KN EX gro national OSED CLD CL CERTIF VC CV C OWLEDGE XPERIENCE association water ound OOP DRILLER L VERTICAL IED ® 800 551.7379 • www. protecting the resour Advance your career, .NGWA.org/Certificati rce. , your self-esteem, and on • 614 898.7791 d your paycheck while e Industry NEWSLINE NEWS continues on page 16 Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry spoke on April 25 at the opening ceremony to kick off the Indiana Ground Water As- sociation's 2015 Spring Field Day and Mud School hosted by Franklin Electric Co. Inc., serving as a continuing educa- tion forum for water well drillers. The mayor proclaimed the day as "Indiana Ground Water Day" in the city of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Henry recognized the support of the Indiana Ground Water Association and industry members Franklin Electric (manufacturer of water and fueling systems), GEFCO (man- ufacturer of portable drillings rigs), and Baroid IDP (supplier of drilling fluid additives and services) for their contributions in providing an educational event delivering product demon- strations, the newest in mud rotary drilling utilizing solids control, and the latest in water system technologies. "It is great to have such a formidable group of companies come together to deliver a very supportive environment for professional well drillers in the groundwater industry to share information and learn about technological advances that can positively impact the quantity, quality, and avail- ability of Indiana's groundwater resources," says IGWA President Troy Alexander. Mayor Proclaims Indiana Ground Water Day at IGWA Spring Field Day 14 June 2015 WWJ waterwelljournal.com CVSA's Annual Roadcheck Will Be June 2-4 The 28th annual International Road- check for North American truck and bus safety inspection will take place June 2- 4, according to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance. Cargo securement will be the issue getting emphasized in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, CVSA said in an April 13 statement. Securement refers to both the loads on flatbed trailers and the contents of dry and refrigerated vans. CVSA represents truck and bus in- spectors working for federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies in the three North American countries. CVSA

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