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  • Denis Crayon

    RE: Stolen Drill Rig from New York - Heading South...

    Posted in: Groundwater Forum

    The drill rig owner began their tracking using EZ Pass (see my original posting) and I suspect they continued until that was no longer an option. According to their website, they are NGWA members so they would have access to this forum. I have not...

  • Jessica Rhoads

    RE: Stolen Drill Rig from New York - Heading South...

    Posted in: Groundwater Forum

    Is there any way to use the EZ Pass system to track it? The Turnpike Authority might be able to help, if they haven't exhausted that resource already. Good luck!

  • Jessica Rhoads

    Standards Activities of Interest

    Posted in: Groundwater Forum

    The following new or revised standards are currently under review, accepting comments from stakeholders. I've selected those that may be of interest to the NGWA membership to list below. All standard activities can be reviewed by following the link...

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    Stolen Rig

    Posted in: Groundwater Forum

    This is good use of the forum. Pls post a picture and detailed description for all to receive. No telling where it might turn up--altho I doubt it'll be Alaska!. Also should have owner contact info, etc--S.N. etc.

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