Author Archives : Sarah Long


New York Well Water Infographic

For those of you who live in New York state, we are sharing this great infographic that explains a little more about your well water. As always, we encourage regular water testing to ensure that your water quality is being addressed. You can’t always see, smell, or taste microbiological contaminants in your water that can […]


Well Flooding – A Contamination Danger

Lately, there’s been a lot of unusually intense weather happening all over North America.   Most recently, Buffalo New York and surrounding areas were hit by an incredible amount of snowfall accumulation.  In some places in excess of 6 feet!   This in itself can be problematic, as snow removal can be a challenge when there’s such […]


Five Keys Facts About Your Well Water

It’s easy to assume that when you turn on the tap, the water that comes out is clean, healthy and safe to drink. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Even in cities with an army of engineers and technicians to treat and monitor drinking water, outbreaks occasionally happen. As a private well owner, it’s up […]


Protect Your Groundwater Day!

Our friends over at the National Ground Water Association have put together all kinds of wonderful resources for Protect Your Groundwater Day!  Anyone who uses water should have a vested interest in protecting groundwater.  99% of freshwater comes from underground aquifers.  It makes sense to protect this precious resource, both for us, and for future […]


Well Owner’s Guide

There are many ways that contamination can reach your well. We try to provide as much information as possible on Well Water Talk about these venues for well contamination, and ways to be proactive about protecting your water quality. In this spirit, we have created a Well Owner’s Guide that can be downloaded and used to give […]

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