Water Quality: Public Health vs. Well Health (#875)
Most private and municipal wells are routinely tested following state and federal water quality guidelines. Although these testing efforts help assist in the delivery of quality potable water for a number of years, they do little to help us assess the well’s health.
Details hidden in these tests can aid in the early identification of well problems, allowing for more cost-effective and less-invasive treatment, and avoiding the run-to-failure traps that many well owners find themselves in.
This webinar discusses diagnostic testing to assess the well’s health, testing before well construction to identify challenges to design and operation, and posttreatment monitoring tests to maintain a higher level of operation and extend the operational life of the well.
Water Systems Engineering Inc., Ottawa, KS