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IPA's Martha Narvaez appears on KJWP's "The Delaware Way." Video provided by KJWP.
Delaware's Drinking Water and Water Ways (Video)
Water quality and safe drinking water were the topics of the hour when IPA's Martha Narvaez, a policy scientist at the Water Resources Center, joined guest Brenna Goggin of the Delaware Nature Society on KJWP's week-in-review program "The Delaware Way."
"I would say it's great. I would give the drinking water an A," said Narvaez when asked about the quality of Delaware's drinking water by host Larry Mendte. "When you're talking more specifically about our surface water and the waterways I would say that we have some work to do."
Watch the full interview provided by KJWP.
About the Water Resources Center
In support of Delaware's water resourcesfrom the state's groundwater aquifers to its streams, ponds, lakes, and coastal watersthe Delaware Water Resources Center (DWRC), part of the Institute for Public Administration, promotes research, education, and public outreach programs focused on the supply, management, and quality of water while fostering training and education programs for future water scientists.
About the Institute for Public Administration
The University of Delaware's Institute for Public Administration (IPA) addresses the policy, planning, and management needs of its partners through the integration of applied research, professional development, and the education of tomorrow's leaders.
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