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Well Chlorination

Sometimes you may find that your well has a problem with odor or even bacteria. When you need to sanitize well water, you have two choices, do it your self or call in a professional. We here at Lakeland Water Pump Company are professionals at well chlorination.

Sanitize Well

Well disinfection is needed from time to time. Our experience at well disinfection means that your well water is sanitized properly and your water is safe to drink and use.

According to recent statistical data, around 15% of Americans or roughly 43 million, are sourcing their drinking water from underground wells. Treatment of well water is essential because it gets rid of contaminants. Through a careful process, the water becomes clean and safe for consumption.

Some people might think their drinking water is safe because they haven't gotten sick from it. However, it is important to keep in mind that many of the diseases from drinking contaminated water will not show symptoms immediately. Some of them can take years before they develop. Having clean water to drink is essential to life. Proper treatment of well water will contribute to the health and safety of you and your family.

Well Chlorination

Well Disinfection

Why To Chlorinate A Well:

  • Kills Bacteria
  • Removes Odors

When To Chlorinate A Well:

  • Twice Annually
  • After Well Pump Repair or Replacement

How to Disinfect a Well

Among the choices for keeping your water potable, one of the most popular and effective is the chlorination of well water. Chlorine eliminates the bacteria that is found in the water. When chlorinating a well, one must be aware of the proper amount to use. Using the right amount of chlorine will depend on the specific dimensions or depth of the well to be treated. Well water treatment will only deliver effective and safe results if executed properly.

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Disinfecting Well Water

Rutgers Cooperative Research & Extension, NJAES, Rutgers and The State University of New Jersey have produced an excellent document for learning more about disinfecting well water:

Directions for Disinfecting a Home Well in New Jersey

To identify requirements and best practices for the installation of ground water source taps, the state of New Jersey has issue the following document:

Ground Water Source Water Tap Installation and Sampling for Public Water Systems

Lakeland Water Pump Company can install your tap to comply with the recent location change of ground water source taps by the state of New Jersey.

Water-System-Components-for-Ground-Water-Source-Taps

Areas We Serve in Morris County

  • Boonton, NJ
  • Budd Lake, NJ
  • Chester, NJ
  • Denville, NJ
  • Flanders, NJ
  • Hibernia, NJ
  • Ironia, NJ
  • Jefferson Twsp, NJ
  • Kinnelon, NJ
  • Long Valley, NJ
  • Mendham, NJ
  • Montville, NJ
  • Morris Township, NJ
  • Mount Freedom, NJ
  • Mount Olive Twsp, NJ
  • Randolph, NJ
  • Rockaway, NJ
  • Roxbury, NJ
  • Towaco, NJ
  • Washington Twsp, NJ

Areas We Serve in Sussex County

  • Andover Twsp, NJ
  • Byram Twsp, NJ
  • Green Twsp, NJ
  • Hopatcong, NJ
  • Lafayette Twsp, NJ
  • Lake Hopatcong, NJ
  • Sparta Twsp, NJ
  • Stillwater Twsp, NJ

Areas We Serve in Warren County

  • Blairstown, NJ
  • Great Meadows, NJ
  • Hackettstown, NJ
  • Hope, NJ
  • Knowlton Twsp
  • Liberty Twsp
  • Oxford Twsp
  • Washington Twsp
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