This is Roald Tweet on Rock Island. That brave Dutch boy who stuck his finger in the dike to keep the water back must have seemed like small potatoes to Peter Cartwright, the 19th century Methodist circuit rider. Cartwright was responsible for a spiritual dike that ran through four hundred miles of Illinois counties bordering the Upper Mississippi River. It was a leaky dike at best.
Water Treatment (with Peter Cartwright) | Know Your Well
Know Your Well
On this episode of “Know Your Well,” we’re discussing water treatment. The NGWA recommends that private well owners test their water annually for bacteria, nitrate, and anything of concern in their local water system. But what happens next?Today's guest is Peter S. Cartwright, an engineer and the president of Cartwright Consulting Company out of Minneapolis.Website: WellOwner.orgFacebook: @WellOwnerTwitter: @WellOwnerInstagram: @WellOwnerGo to WellOwner.org for more tips and educational tools and to find a qualified professional in your area for water well maintenance.“Know Your Well” is a production of the National Ground Water Association. This podcast was created and edited by NGWA’s Abby Valencic. and hosted by Ben Frech. WellOwner.org is supported by the Rural Community Assistance Partnership, as part of the USEPA funded program “Improving Water Quality through Training and Technical Assistance to Private Well Owners.” To learn more about the Rural Community Assistance Partnership, go to RCAP.org.