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Welcome to one of the most experienced groundwater-theme web sites!!

This is now more or less the fourth version of the Ground Water Science website, dating all of the way back to the dawn of the web in 1997. Very little related to ground water science and technology was available on the web back then. In 2005 that we commissioned Springhill Interactive Media to build a new website on the joomla platform to update our older dawn-of-the-web Netscape-writer site.  Well, after 6 years, we updated that "old" one, and now that site structure is now 5 years old, and we just we migrated to a newer platform for security and function. Updates for security and content continue.

A theme from the very beginning is that we want this website to serve not only as a digital gateway to our company but also as a legitimate resource about all things pertaining to ground water and wells.  So in addition to providing the information that you need to do business with us (and to convince you what a great idea that is), we have also included a useful library of additional resources - including our free archive of technical articles and a huge index of categorized old-fashioned web links. In the era of highly effective search algorithms, links are less necessary than in say the old days of 2002, but remain handy.

So we hope that you continue to find this site to be useful and engaging. If you find any broken links or similar issues, let us know.

Thanks for visiting! Oh yes, you will also find us on Facebook and LinkedIn as Ground Water Science and on Twitter @GWSHydros.

Office - Western Ohio

Western Ohio (Main) Office
295 S. Lawn Ave.
Bluffton, OH  45817

Office - Appalachian Plateau

Appalachian Plateau Office
22 Edgewater Dr.
Poland, OH  44514

Tip of the Day

“We learn the value of water when the well goes dry,” said Benjamin Franklin.  The cost of properly maintaining your ground water assets pales in comparison to the social and economic disaster that would result from a failed community water supply.