UNH Professor Pushes for Addressing Groundwater Threats

DURHAM, N.H. — (AP) — A University of New Hampshire professor is inviting the general public to the Durham campus for a meeting about threats to groundwater and drinking water supplies in New Hampshire's seacoast region.

Jim Malley, a professor of civil and environmental engineering, tells SeacoastOnline News (http://bit.ly/2eerItT ) he has an interest and specialty in pollution prevention and sustainable industry.

There have been several instances of pollutants getting into wells recently, including around the former Pease Air Force Base and a capped landfill in North Hampton and Greenland.

The meeting will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in Gregg Hall, room 320 at UNH. It is open to the public.