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Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) Launches New Online Aquifer Protection Area Program Technical Training for Municipal Officials

By Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)





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The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is pleased to announce a new Aquifer Protection Area Program Technical Training Course.

This free online training course was custom built to assist municipal Aquifer Protection Agencies and staff meet the training requirements under the Aquifer Protection Act. The course is designed as an overview of the regulatory requirements for local implementation and instructs agency members and staff responsible for knowing the law and assists them in complying with the law.

“This online training significantly reduces training costs to both the state and municipalities by allowing those taking the course to do so online rather than in person,” said Kim Czapla, DEEP’s Aquifer Protection Area Program Administrator. “This training is an important component of the Aquifer Protection Act, and by moving this program online we are also helping to increase availability and removing a barrier for those required to this course.”

The course is not limited to municipal officials, and DEEP encourages everyone interested in learning about Connecticut’s Aquifer Protection Area Program and protecting our groundwater resources to participate.

To enroll, visit www.ct.gov/deep/aquiferprotection




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