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Monroe County, Michigan - Residential and Commericial drinking water Wells testing positive for E-Coli contamination.
Adrian Michigan - Boiled Water Alerts Clinton Michigan - Water Treatment Breach
Walkerton Ontario - E. Coli Las Vegas Nevada (1994)-Cryptosporidium
1000 sick, 7 deaths Over 120 infected
North Battleford - Cryptosporidium Braun Station, Texas 1984 Cryptosporidium
More than 100 sick, 3 deaths over 2000 infected
Hillsdale Michigan several contaminated plumes of chemicals leaking from underground storage tanks, MDEQ monitoring several residental wells
Milwaukee Wisconsin - Cryptosporidium Jackson, Oregon 19911 -92
1993 400,000 sick, over 100 deaths Cryptosporidium 15,000 infected
Water Well Testing is always recommended if you suspect water contamination, annual water testing is recommended by most health departments as a precaution even if you do not suspect contamination. The problem with testing is that rainfall, snowmelt, soil saturation, age of well, depth of well and water table depth can all effect test results. What this means is that the results that you get could vary throughout the year depending on various factors. To get a really accurate picture of your drinking water quality you would need to test often. Water Wells less than 75 feet in depth are considered at increased risk of contamination.