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    Programs that test the quality of water in lakes, rivers, streams, underground aquifers and water supply wells upon which public water systems rely. The tests identify the type and quantity of controlled substances (pollutants), nutrients and suspended solids; and assess likely pollution sources and factors associated with agricultural practices, industrial processes and other human activities.

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    Adams County Water Testing ServiceThis service is offered to Adams County citizens on the 1st Wednesday of each month, unless noted otherwise. Containers for water samples must be obtained at the Conservation District Office. Water samples must be drawn on the morning of the testing day and brought to our office by 10:00am. The cost of the test must be paid for then. We Do Not do the testing. We only provide the service and reduced cost of the test, if we can.AdamsAdams County Conservation DistrictAdams County Conservation District
    Cobbs Creek Community Environmental Education Center - Senior Environmental CorpsWhat do we do? - After instruction by environmental experts, the Corps will take samples of Cobbs Creek area waters to determine its content. They will take steps to remediate any toxins and monitor the various sites for improvement and safety. - Take field trips to increase knowledge and awareness of our environmental duties and responsibilities to the Cobbs Creek watershed and surrounding area. - Have fun with other like-minded environmentally concerned citizens and educate others about the water quality in our Philadelphia area streams.PhiladelphiaCobbs Creek Community Environmental Education Center - Philadelphia; Cobbs CreekCobbs Creek Community Environmental Education Center

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