Water Well Journal

February 2021

Water Well Journal

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NGWA's online content management system. Workshops are held each day, are allotted 60 minutes inclu- sive of question-and-answer periods, and should be designed with learning objectives in mind. Workshops must be noncom- mercial in nature and oriented toward technology transfer or skill enhancement. Topic areas include: • Business management • Drilling operations and well construction • Groundwater modeling • Groundwater monitoring • Hydrogeology • Hydrogeophysics and remote sensing • Sustainable and available groundwater • Water quality • Water systems operation and maintenance • Well maintenance and rehabilitation. Make your submission at GroundwaterWeek.com. For more information about the Groundwater Week 2021 Call for Abstracts, email NGWA Director of Learning and Knowledge Kathy Butcher, CMP, at kbutcher@ngwa.org, or call (800) 551-7379, ext. 1526. For more information about exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, email Kelli Nilsson at knilsson@ngwa.org. Certified Vertical Closed Loop Driller Designation Gives You Edge in Geothermal Market Advances in ground source heat pump technology have emphasized the need for a voluntary certification designation for ground source heat pump drillers. That's why NGWA is proud to offer its Certified Vertical Closed Loop Driller (CVCLD) designation. This designation reflects an individual who has proven knowledge, skills, and experience in the construction of a closed loop well system for ground source heat pump appli- cations. Exams for the CVCLD designation can be scheduled by calling PSI Services at (800) 733-9267 or online at www. psiexams.com. The 75-question exam encompasses the skills and competencies reflected on the Geothermal Vertical Closed Loop Drilling Operations DACUM. Any questions regarding the certification may be directed to the NGWA Industry Practices Administrator via email at certifi- cation@ngwa.org, or call (800) 551-7379, option 3. Stay Current on Best Training Materials by Shopping at NGWA's Bookstore The NGWA Bookstore is where you can get the latest books, DVDs, and information products from the groundwater industry. Check out items such as: • Study materials for certification exams and continuing education credits • Safety books and materials • Best-sellers like The Art of Water Wells by Marvin F. Glot- felty, RG; Groundwater & Wells, third edition; and the Manual of Water Well Construction Practices, third edition. Visit the NGWA Bookstore at www.NGWA.org/Bookstore. The Groundwater NGWA Association ® Begin your product search with the NGWA Buyers Guide at https://buyersguide.ngwa.org. Click categories for the product you're interested in to see all of the industry's manufacturers, manufacturer representatives, and suppliers that have purchased NGWA Buyers Guide premier and platinum listings. Page views on www.WaterWellJournal.com in 2020, an increase of 94% over views in 2019. Nations represented by the subscribers of Water Well Journal each month. Water wells for all purposes serve the United States, according to estimates from various federal data sources at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Census. New members NGWA registered in November 2020. The total consisted of 117 scientists and engineers, 65 water well system professionals, 9 suppliers, 6 manufacturers, and 1 associate. facebook.com/WaterWellJournal WWJ February 2021 n 17 219,851 28 198 15.9-plus million 2021

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