• Naturally- occurring chemicals and minerals, (for example, arsenic, copper, calcium, and radon).
  • Pesticides, herbicides and other cultivating works on. They are including runoff from confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs).
  • Industrial contamination and fuel drilling can present risky levels of VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) into well water.
  • Heavy metals from adjacent mining or mishandled waste.
  • Malfunctioning sewers or poorly manufactured septic systems (the EPA prescribes septic tanks introduced no less than 50 feet far from wells).

At Dataman Group, we are dedicated to the Water Quality Industry. We are proud to offer a dedicated part of our website that specializes in information for water filtration and water conditioning dealers. We offer both homeowner and business data, designed to generate quality leads.

Please visit Water Prospects.com  

Dataman Group is a proud member of the WQA – Water Quality Association.


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