TT006 – Protecting Well Users in North Carolina

In North Carolina the drilling of a new well kicks off a robust construction oversight and homeowner education program to protect groundwater.  In this episode we’re chatting with Wilson Mize about his state’s notable efforts, including their use of downhole cameras, the unique challenges of older wells, and how the pandemic has impacted outreach efforts.

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About the Guest

Wilson Mize, R.E.H.S., is currently a Regional Environmental Health Specialist for the On-Site Water Protection Branch of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. He has worked within the State of North Carolina’s well program since its inception in 2007 and assisted in the state-wide implementation of private well rules.