Sources of Bacteria In Well Water

Health Departments and EPA guidelines recommend testing your well water at least twice a year for coliform bacteria.

Bacteria can contaminate a well without any change in taste or odors to the water.

Human, as well as rodent waste products, can be a principal source of bacterial contamination in well water. These sources of bacterial contamination consist of run-off out of yards, feedlots, pastures, canine runs, and other.

Well Water

These sources of bacterial contamination consist of run-off out of yards, feedlots, pastures, canine runs, and other farmland areas where animal wastes are deposited. Bugs, rats or rodents or wildlife entering the well can also be sources of contaminants.

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