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Local Flooding - Cause For Water Well Contamination

— Private and Commercial Water Well Owners Need To Ensure Safety From Contaminants. Local flooding last spring may be cause for well water contamination concern. Since all private wells use ground water within the local water table, there is a need to have wells tested on a regular basis. The recent spring weather and snow melt caused flooding in local and rural areas of Spokane and the Inland Northwest. The excessive runoff sent surface contaminates, including fecal matter, chemicals and residue from dirt and mud into residential and commercial water wells.

Scott Barratt, owner of Water Recovery Services, Inc. of Spokane, has worked with these and other water well situations for over 30 years. He warns private and even commercial well owners of the need to test their wells for contamination. Barratt suggests that all private well owners should consider having their wells tested for: total coliform bacteria, nitrates, total dissolved solids and ph levels. Concerned owners can call the local health department or the EPA Safe Drinking Water Hotline at: 800-426-4791 for more information.

Water Recovery Services, Inc. of Spokane is also available to come and inspect your well water. Call 509-535-0525 or go to wrswater.com.


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