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WVU workshop aims to educate West Virginians about drinking water testing

man testing water in a stream

WVU's Institute of Water Security and Science will do drinking water testing in Fairmont Saturday (Sept. 25) from 10 a.m. to noon. (WVU Photo)

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WHAT: Free public drinking water testing program 

WHO: Institute of Water Security and Science and Interdisciplinary Hydrology Laboratory at West Virginia University with assistance from WVU Extension Service

WHERE: Marion County Police Reserve Building, 35 City View Terrace, Fairmont

WHEN: Saturday (Sept. 25) 10 a.m. to noon 

NOTES: Sponsored by the Equitrans Midstream Foundation, the program emphasizes the importance of safe drinking water and regular drinking water quality testing. 

Participants will receive a free drinking water test kit and the support required to interpret their results.

The on-site media contact will be Leah Nestor, public relations specialist; 304-290-8680 or



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