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Have you ever wanted to diagnose and solve common water-quality problems? See what Iowa State University Dr. Tom Glanville has to say about this topic in his publication Diagnosing and Solving Common Water-Quality Problems.

Do you need to know how to shock-chlorinate your well? Another publication by Dr. Glanville entitled Shock-Chlorinating Small Water Systems will help you.

Is your well contaminated? Let ISU help you address this issue in their publication Coping with Contaminated Wells

Does your drinking water contain arsenic? Arsenic in Iowa Drinking Water

Mees’ lines on fingernails are indictors of arsenic poisoning. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mees%27_lines

Good Wells for Safe Water, another great ISU publication.

Did you know that one-quarter of all U.S. homes have septic systems? Yours may be one of them. If you’re not properly maintaining your septic system, you’re not only hurting the environment, you’re putting your family’s health at risk—and may be flushing thousands of dollars down the drain!  Go to the EPA SepticSmart Website to get some helpful information about septic systems.

Are you concerned about Lead Poisoning? Here is an informative publication from the Iowa Department of Public Heath Lead Poisoning Prevention.

Do you need information on Iowa’s Time of Transfer Program?  If your house/building is served by a septic system and you are selling or transferring the deed for the home/building, the septic system must be inspected.  Here is the information on the Time of Transfer Program.

Have you ever thought about what some of the implications are of moving to the country? Here is an informative Guide To Country Living brochure.

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Hope 4 Iowa

The HOPE 4 IOWA Crisis Call Line connects individuals in crisis to a helping hand and the resources to address and improve mental wellness. Available 24/7. For more information visit our website here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pottawattamie County Emergency Notification System

The Alert Iowa system serves all residents within Pottawattamie County and it's Communities.

The Pottawattamie County Emergency Management Agency has implemented The Alert Iowa system, a high-speed notification solution and Weather Warning service. This no-charge service is available to businesses.

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