Dieldrin in Private Drinking Water Wells
Florida Department of Health in Volusia County Environmental Health Engineering
P.O. Box 9190
Daytona Beach, FL 32120
The Volusia County Health Department began collecting water samples from private drinking water wells in the DeLand Country Club Estates area after one well tested positive for dieldrin in early 2011.
In April of 2012, the health department conducted resampling of private drinking water wells that previously showed non-detects for the pesticide dieldrin.
Below you will see results from both tests. You will also find maps showing the results.
The Volusia County Health Department’s sampling strategy follows protocol from the Department of Health's Well Surveillance Program Technical Guide.
Open House Presentations
Volusia County Health Department DeLand Country Club Estates Open House Presentation
View wells that have been sampled in the DeLand Country Club Estates Subdivision
View wells that have been resampled in the DeLand Country Club Estates Subdivision
- View existing water main lines in the vicinity of the DeLand Country Club Estates Subdivision
View a Statewide map showing wells with dieldrin above the health advisory level 0.002 ug/L
- View the Department of Environmental Protection's DeLand Country Club Estates Subdivison water connection status
View the text equivalent of the Department of Environmental Protection's DeLand Country Club Estates Subdivision water connection status
Fact Sheets and Informaton
Aldrin and Dieldrin Frequently Asked Questions
- A list of Laboratories capable of detecting the chemical Dieldrin at or below 0.002 ug/L
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Information Center 888-422-8737 or their website at www.atsdr.cdc.gov. You can also email the CDC at email@example.com
Florida Department of Health toll-free help line 1-877-798-2772. 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Florida Department of Health in Volusia County Environmental Health Office at 386-274-0546
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