CDC Private Well Water Statistics

water-drop-on-water_f1Q2RUtd 2The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently launched its’ Safe Water for Community Health (Safe Watch) Program in an effort to help health departments reduce harmful exposures from private drinking water sources.

The program cited the following statistics about private well water and public health:

  • About 1 in 9 American residents get their drinking water from a private well.
  • About 1 in 5 sampled private wells were found to be contaminated at levels considered unsafe.
  • Over the past 45 years, the proportion of outbreaks associated with private water sources has increased.
  • Fifty six percent of local health departments regulate, inspect, or license private drinking water sources in their community.

With almost 20 years treating Central Florida’s well water, Sci-Chem has seen nearly every water issue possible and understand the most effective solutions. Whether its Osceola County, South Orange County or North East Polk County we can solve your water challenge efficiently. We install pumps, pressure tanks and all the filtration required to give you the finest quality of water possible. Each well water customer has a specific need, so we analyize, strategize and make recommendations specific to your need.

Sci-Chem also services and repairs nearly all types of well water equipment. We repair or replace pumps, loss of water or water pressure issues, and any water quality issues you may be having. We have well water systems maintenance programs and deliver salt monthly. Ask about our affordable preventative maintenance monthly service.

We always consider effectiveness and budget when designing a system and make sure that we are communicating efficiently throughout the process!

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