Ground Water Science and its predecessor have provided services on a wide range of projects since 1984. For example, (1) NGWA selected Ground Water Science to conduct a FEMA-funded study of emergency well disinfection methods to refine response to large-scale flooding events such as hurricanes. The project involved literature reviews and testing disinfection methods on a variety of wells in coastal North Carolina affected by Hurricane Floyd in 1999, and involves a well inspection and treatment subcontractor (EGIS, P.A., Chapel Hill, NC) and peer review of results. (2) Ground Water Science was also selected to develop a training program for well inspectors for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.