This page contains information and links for NGWA’s, and external Web sites’, rosters of useful information. Resources include licensing agencies for geologists, engineers, and contractors, and guidance for engaging an environmental or groundwater consultant. In addition, there are links to regulatory agencies, groundwater-use summaries, groundwater-quality reports, and more.

Current State: New York

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Current State: New York

NGWA Members

Use these links to search for NGWA members by state or other various criteria.

State Groundwater Information

  Groundwater Map

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  Groundwater Quality Profile

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  Groundwater Use

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Domestic Water Well Information

Construction

Contact Information: New York State Department of Health
    Ben Pierson
    Bureau of Water Supply Protection
    11th Floor
    Corning Tower, Empire State Plaza
    Albany, NY 12237
    518 402.7650
    Fax 518 402.7599
   

bap11@health.state.ny.us

  Agency Web site

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  Regulations

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Licensing/registration of professional

Contact Information: New York State DEC
    Daniel Kendall
    625 Broadway
    4th Floor
    Albany, NY 12233-3502
    518 402.8291
   

NYSWells@gw.dec.state.ny.us

  Agency Web site

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  Regulations

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Water Well Testing

  Recommendations

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  Certified Water Testing Labs

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Well Log Information

  New York

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  New York County Requests

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Scientist & Engineer Information

  Engineers

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  Geologists

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  Guidelines on selecting a qualified environmental professional

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  US EPA Guidelines for selecting an environmental professional

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Other Related Information

Affiliate State

  Contact Information

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Geothermal Heat Pump

  Regulations Database

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Disclaimer:  The links provided represent a snapshot in time and may be updated periodically. NGWA is not responsible for the content on any external Web site. Individuals should contact their own state or local agencies for additional or updated information.