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Posts Tagged ‘Well Water’

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Do you know what’s in your water? Municipal water users in cities and towns generally have access to their area’s annual water report, which breaks down the levels of contaminants and minerals present in the local water supply. If an issue is found, generally the public is alerted immediately and steps are taken to resolve […]

Over 15 million US households rely on private wells for their drinking water. It’s important to remember the EPA’s regulations protecting public drinking water do not apply to private wells, so if you own a well you’re the one responsible for periodically checking the quality of your drinking water. Well Water Contaminants and Quality Issues […]

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  A poorly maintained private water well leaves you vulnerable to more than just poor water quality. Without regular oversight, well water can be contaminated with a wide range of substances, including heavy metals, bacteria, pesticides, and animal waste. Private wells are not subject to EPA regulations that protect—or attempt to protect—public water systems. Your […]

toxins in your well water

Because it enters your home without being treated by municipal filtration systems, well water is especially vulnerable to contaminants. Unfortunately, many people fail to recognize how easy it is for outside forces to infiltrate their water supplies. Pelican Water has made new cartoon which we hope illustrates this problem in a fun and informative way. […]

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Time to TEST YOUR WELL & change the batteries in your smoke detectors! According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), over 15 million households in the United States get their water from a private wells.  The clear financial benefit of getting your water from a private well is the lack of paying a monthly […]