Our new Homeowners with Well Water list lets Water Quality Dealers pinpoint homeowners with private wells.
We know that Well Water Contamination often comes from natural sources, not humans. Many private well owners are surprised to learn that they have contaminated water, because there are no obvious contamination sources nearby. This is because contaminants and run-off pollutants can seep into groundwater. Things like microorganisms, heavy metals, lead, copper, household waste, fluoride and more can all be found in traces in ground water.
Around 15% of Americans depend on well water for drinking. This is according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Polluted well water can cause nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting. The harmful contaminants in the water could lead to serious health issues. They include cancer, neurological problems, reproductive problems, and gastrointestinal illness.
Contaminants known as nitrates are particularly unsafe for newborn children. They can disorganize oxygen flow in the blood of infants, as per the EPA. Standard testing for contaminants along with different safety measures will help guarantee that well water is entirely safe to drink.
Homeowners are concerned about the quality of their well water. For Water Quality dealers in areas with a heavy concentration of wells, this list of homeowners with Well Water is for you.
Below are counts by state for Homeowners with well water.
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BTW – We also offer a list of Homeowners with Septic Tanks
Call our office at (800) 771-3282 for counts in your specific market.