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Aller, L., et al. 1991. Handbook of Suggested Practices for the Design and Installation of Ground-Water Monitoring Wells. EPA/600/4-89/034 (NTIS PB90-159807), 221 pp. Also published in 1989 by National Water Well Association, Dublin, OH in its NWWA/EPA series, 39800. [Nielsen and Schalla (1991) contain a more up-dated version of material in this handbook that is related to design and installation of ground-water monitoring wells].

American Water Works Association. 1995. So You Think You Need More Water? A Guide to Developing Water Supplies for Small Water Systems. AWWA Water Resource Committee, RH2 Engineering, P.S. Redmond, Washington, 23 pp.

Baker, B. 1990. Groundwater Protection from Pesticides. Garland Publishing, New York, 151 pp.

Barcelona, M.J., J.P. Gibb, J.A. Helfrich, and E.E. Garske. 1985. Practical Guide for Ground-Water Sampling, EPA 600/2-85/104 (NTIS PB86-137304). Also published as ISWS Contract Report 374, Illinois State Water Survey, Champaign, IL.

Blatt, D.J.L. 1986. From the Ground Water Up: Local Land Use Planning and Aquifer Protection. J. of Land Use and Environmental Law 2(2): 119-148.

Boody, G. 1990. Creating Special Protection Areas of Groundwater and Sustainable Agriculture: A Preliminary Strategy for Local Community Action. Ground Water Management 1:1-15 (Proc. of the 1990 Cluster of Conferences: Agricultural Impacts on Ground Water Quality).

Cantor, L.W. and R.C. Knox. 1986. Ground Water Pollution Control. Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, MI.

Cantor, L.W. and R.C. Knox, and D.M. Fairchild. 1987. Ground Water Quality Protection. Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, MI.

Clark, II, E.H. and P.J. Cherry. 1992. Groundwater: Managing the Unseen Resource. World Wildlife Fund Publications, Baltimore, MD, 34 pp.

Conservation Foundation. 1987. Groundwater Protection. Groundwater: Saving the Unseen Resource - The Final Report of the National Groundwater Policy Forum and A Guide to Groundwater Pollution: Problems, Causes, and Government Responses.

Dadd, Debra Lynn. 1984. Nontoxic and Natural. Jeremy Tarcher, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, 289 pp.

Dadd, Debra Lynn. 1986. The Nontoxic Home. Jeremy Tarcher, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, 213 pp.

Fetter, Jr., C.W. 1980. Applied Hydrogeology. Charles Merrill Publishing, Columbus, OH, 488 pp.

Flanagan, E.K., J.E. Hansen, and N. Dee. 1991. Managing Ground-Water Contamination Sources in Wellhead Protection Areas: A Priority Setting Approach. Ground Water Management 7:415-418 (Proc. Focus Conf. on Eastern Regional Ground-Water Issues).

Freshwater Foundation. 1988-1990. Agricultural Chemicals and Groundwater Protection Conferences Series: Agricultural Chemicals and Groundwater Protection: Emerging Management and Policy (1987, 23 papers and panel responses); Agrichemicals and Groundwater Protection: Resources and Strategies for State and Local Management (1988, 43 papers plus panel comments); Groundwater and Agrichemicals; Suggested Policy Directions for 1990 (1989, 17 papers, panels presentations). Freshwater Foundation, Navarre, MN.

Goldman, S., T.A. Bursztynsky, and K. Jackson. 1986. Erosion and Sediment Control Handbook. American Planning Association, Chicago, IL, 480 pp.

Gordon, W. 1984. A Citizen's Handbook for Groundwater Protection Natural Resources Defense Council, New York, NY.

Hodge, R.A. and A.J. Brown. 1990. Ground Water Protection Policies: Myths and Alternatives. Ground Water 28(4): 498-504.

Idaho Water Resources Research Institute. 1993. How to Conduct an Inventory in Your Wellhead Protection Area: A Training Manual for Use With Volunteers.

Jehn, Paul. 1995. The National Ground Water Status Report.

Kaplan, O. Benjamin. 1991. Septic Systems, Handbook.

LeGrand, H.E. and L. Rosen. 1992. Common Sense in Ground-Water Protection and Management in the United States. Ground Water 30:867-872.

Licis, I.J., H. Skovronek, and M. Drabkin. 1991. Industrial Pollution Prevention Opportunities for the 1990s. EPA/600/8-91/052 (NTIS PB91-220376). [Identifies approaches to source reduction and waste recycling for 17 industries: textile dyes and dyeing, pulp and paper, printing, chemical manufacture, plastics, pharmaceuticals, paint industry, ink manufacture, petroleum industry, steel industry, non-ferrous metals, electronics/semiconductors, automobile manufacture/assembly, laundries/dry cleaning, and automobile refinishing/repair].

Meyer, P.D. 1990. Ground Water Monitoring at Wellhead Protection Areas. Ground Water Monitoring Review 10(4): 102-109.

National Water Well Association. 1989. Handbook for the Identification, Location and Investigation of Pollution Sources Affecting Ground Water - A Basic Guide for Government Personnel, Industrial Officials and Ground-Water Consultants.

Novotny, V. and G. Chesters. 1981. Handbook of Nonpoint Source Pollution Sources and Management. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York.

O'Brien & Gere Engineers, Inc. 1988. Hazardous Waste Site Remediation - The Engineer's Perspective. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York.

Office of Technology Assessment. 1990. Beneath the Bottom Line. Agricultural Approaches to Reduce Agrichemical Contamination of Groundwater.

Oregon Department of Agriculture. 1993. Water Quality Protection Guide. Recommended Pollution Control Practices for Rural Homeowners and Small Farm Operators.

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). The Hazardless Home Handbook: A Guide to Hazardous Household Products and Effective Alternatives.

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. 1992. "Model" Toxics Use & Hazardous Reduction Plan. Summer 1992.

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. 1992. Small Businesses and Hazardous Waste: What You Should Know. A Handbook for People Who Produce Small Amounts of Hazardous Waste (Conditionally Exempt Generators). September 1992.

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. 1992. Oregon Wellhead Protection Program: Public Advisory Plan. October 1992 (Draft).

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. 1993. Benefiting From Toxic Substance and Hazardous Waste Reduction - A Planning Guide for Oregon Businesses. March 1993.

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. 1994. Enhancing Technical Assistance and Pollution Prevention Initiatives at the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. April 1994.

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. 1994. Environmental Handbook for Oregon Construction Contractors: Regulatory Guidance. May 1994.

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. 1994. Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Guidebook for Local Government. June 1994.

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. 1995. An Oregon Guide to Environmental Requirements for Small Governments.

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. 1995. UST Cleanup Manual. Cleanup Rules for Leaking Petroleum UST Systems, Numeric Soil Cleanup Levels for Motor Fuel and Heating Oil, and Associated Guidance Documents. January, 1995.

Oregon Health Division. 1996. Guidance Document For Monitoring Reduction through Use and Susceptibility Waiver. January 1996.

U.S. Department of Commerce. 1986. Ground Water Quality Protection State and Local Strategies.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1985a. Protection of Public Water Supplies from Ground-Water Contamination. Seminar Publication, EPA/625/4-85/016 (NTIS PB86-168358), 181 pp. Available from CERI.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1985d. Protecting Our Ground Water. EPA/440/6-85-006 (NTIS PB92-188689). [Brochure].

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1985e. Emergency Planning for Potable Water Supplies. EPA/570/9-85/SPD-1. Available from ODW.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1986b. Septic Systems and Groundwater Protection: An Executive's Guide. EPA/440/6-86/005 (NTIS PB88-12131), 13 pp.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1986c. Septic Systems and Groundwater Protection: A Program Manager's Guide and Reference Book. EPA/440/6-86/005 (NTIS PB88-112123), 134 pp.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1986d. RCRA Ground Water Monitoring Technical Enforcement Guidance Document. EPA 530/SW-86-055 (OSWER-9950.1), (NTIS PB87-10775) 332 pp. Also published in NWWA/EPA Series, National Water Well Association, Dublin, OH. Final OSWER Directive 9950.2 (NTIS PB91-140194, or PB91-140178). Executive Summary: OSWER 9950.1a (NTIS PB91-140186).

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1987a. Wellhead Protection: A Decision Maker's Guide. EPA/40/06-87/009 (NTIS PB88-111893), 24pp.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1987c. Septic Tank Siting to Minimize the Contamination of Ground Water by Microorganisms. EPA/440/6-87-007 (NTIS PB88-112115).

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1987g. Improved Protection of Water Resources from Long-Term and Cumulative Pollution: Prevention of Ground-Water Contamination in the United States. EPA/44/6-87-013 (NTIS PB88-111950). [Prepared for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development].

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1987. Workshop on Guidance for the Wellhead Protection and Sole Source Aquifer Demonstration Programs: Management Protection Plans.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1987. DRASTIC: A Standardized System for Evaluating Ground Water Pollution Potential Using Hydrogeological Settings. Office of Research and Development, Washington, DC, EPA 600/2-87-035.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1987. Guidelines for Delineation of Wellhead Protection Areas, June 1987. Office of Ground Water Protection, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 440/6-87-010.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1988d. Protecting Ground Water: Pesticides and Agricultural Practices. EPA/440/6-88-001 (NTIS PB88-23096) Office Ground Water Protection.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1988. Developing A State Wellhead Protection Program: A User's Guide to Assist State Agencies Under the Safe Drinking Water Act, July 1988. Office of Ground Water Protection, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 440/6-88-003.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1989b. Local Financing for Wellhead Protection. EPA/440/6-89-001 (NTIS PB92-188705).

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1989e. Indicators for Measuring Progress on Ground Water Protection. EPA/440/6-88-006 (NTIS PB92-11442).

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1989. Wellhead Protection Programs: Tools for Local Governments, April 1989. Office of Ground Water Protection, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 440/6-89-002.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1989. Local Financing for Wellhead Protection, June 1989. Office of Ground Water Protection, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 440/6-89-001.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1990a. Citizen's Guide to Ground-Water Protection. EPA/440/6-90-004, 33 pp. Available from ODW.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1990c. Guide to Ground-Water Supply Contingency Planning for Local and State Governments. EPA/440/6-90-003 (NTIS PB91-145755).

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1990. Citizen's Guide to Ground Water Protection, April 1990. Office of Ground Water Protection, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 440/6-89-004.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1990. Progress in Ground-Water Protection and Restoration. EPA 440/6-90-001.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1990. A Review of Source of Ground Water Contamination From Light Industry, May 1990. Office of Ground Water Protection, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 440/6-90-005.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1990. Guide to Ground Water Supply Contingency Planning For Local and State Governments, May 1990. Office of Ground Water Protection, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 440/6-90-003.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1990. The Lake and Reservoir Restoration Guidance Manual. August 1990. Office of Water. Washington, DC, EPA 440/4-90-006.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1990. Handbook - Groundwater - Volume 1: Ground Water and Contamination. September, 1990. Office of Research and Development, Washington, DC, EPA/625/6-90-016a.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1991a. Protecting the Nation's Ground Water: EPA's Strategy for the 1990's. EPA/21Z-1020, 84 pp. Available from ODW.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1991b. Managing Ground Water Contamination Sources in Wellhead Protection Areas: A Priority Setting Approach. EPA 570/9-91-023 (NTIS PB93-115863). Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1991c. Protecting Local Ground-Water Supplies Through Wellhead Protection. EPA/570/9-91-007, 18 pp. Available from ODW.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1991d. Why do Wellhead Protection? Issues and Answers in Protecting Public Drinking Water Supply Systems. EPA/570/9-91-014. 19 pp. Available from ODW.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1991. Protecting Local Ground Water Supplies Through Wellhead Protection, May 1991. Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 570/9-91-007.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1991. Why Do Wellhead Protection? June 1991. Ground Water Protection Division, Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, U.S. EPA, Washington DC, EPA 570/9-91-014.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1991. Delineation of Wellhead Protection Areas in Fractured Rocks, June 1991. Office of Water, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 570/9-91-009.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1991. Wellhead Protection Strategies for Confined-Aquifer Settings, June 1991. Office of Water, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 570/9-91-008.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1991. Managing Ground Water Contamination Sources in Wellhead Protection Areas: A Priority Setting Approach, October, 1991. Ground Water Protection Division, Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 570/9-91-023.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1991. Guide for Conducting Contaminant Source Inventories for Public Drinking Water Supplies, December 1991. Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 570-9-91-014.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1992. Facility Pollution Prevention Guide. May 1992. Office of Research and Development, Washington, DC, EPA/60/R-92/088.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1992. Case Studies in Wellhead Protection: Ten Examples of Innovative Wellhead Protection Management Programs, September 1992. Ground Water Protection Division, Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC, EPA 813-R-92-002.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1992. Final Comprehensive State Ground Water Protection Program Guidance. December 1992. Office of The Administrator. EPA 100-R-93-001.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1993. Wellhead Protection: A Guide to Small Communities. Office of Research and Development. Office of Water, Washington, DC. EPA/625/R-93/002

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1994. Handbook: Ground Water and Wellhead

Protection. EPA/625/R-94/001.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1994. Don't Wait Until 1998. Spill, Overfill, and Corrosion Protection for Underground Storage Tanks. Solid Waste and Emergency Response. EPA 510-B-94-002.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Guide for Conducting Contaminant Source Inventories for Public Drinking Water Supplies - Technical Assistance Document.

U.S. Office of Technology Assessment (OTA). 1984. Protecting the Nation's Groundwater from Contamination, 2 Vols. OTA-0-233 and OTA-0-276. Washington, DC.

Waller, R.M. 1988. Ground Water and the Rural Homeowner. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA.

Ward, W.D., L.E. Oates, and K.B. McCormack. 1990. Tools for Wellhead Protection: Control and Identification of Light Industrial Sources. Ground Water Management 1:579-593 (Proc. of the 1990 Cluster of Conferences: Ground Water Management and Wellhead Protection).

Water Resources Commission. 1990. A Guide to Water Management Agencies in Oregon. Salem, OR.

Water Resources Department. 1994. A Consumer's Guide to Water Well Construction, Maintenance, and Abandonment. Salem, OR.

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. 1987. A Guide to Groundwater Quality Planning and Management for Local Governments.

Yang, J.T. and W.C. Bye. 1979a. A Guidance for Protection of Ground-Water Resources from the Effects of Accidental Spill of Hydrocarbons and Other Hazardous Substances. EPA/570/9-79-017 (NTIS PB92-204900), 166 pp.

Yang, J.T. and W.C. Bye. 1979b. Methods for Preventing, Detecting, and Dealing with Surface Spills of Contaminants Which May Degrade Underground Water Sources for Public Water Systems. EPA/570/9-79-018 (NTIS PB92-204082), 118 pp.

Zoller, Uri. 1994. Groundwater Contamination and Control. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, NY, 712 pp.

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These are only intended to be optional sources of information. Inclusion in this list does not constitute a recommendation or an endoursement by DEQ for all material provided in each document. You are encouraged to review and familiarize yourself with many different approaches before selecting "tools" to help protect your groundwater.


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