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Chilliwack Well Pump Services
Lead in Drinking Water in Fraser Valley & British Columbia
LeadLead FAQLead RemovalWater Treatment Systems

Lead in Drinking Water

Lead in Drinking Water FAQ – The amount of lead that will dissolve into drinking water will depend on the water chemistry including pH, alkalinity, water temperature, water hardness, length of water pipe, and contact time of water and contaminated plumbing material.

Corrosive water in the industry is also known as “aggressive water.” Aggressive water is water that will dissolve materials that it comes into contact with.

Corrosion of lead from plumbing systems is more of a concern to the homeowner since it is a significant health hazard even in the smallest of amount. Lead contaminated water will leave no visual indication and has no obvious taste or odor in drinking water.

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Fraser Valley Hydrogeology Services
Water WellWell Drilling

Fraser Valley Hydrogeology

Water is essential for human life and it is increasingly becoming one of the worlds’ most important commodity. Despite the fact that 70% of the earth’s surface is covered in water, only about 1% of the total available water is readily suitable for human consumption.

According to the Government Department of Environment and Climate Change Canada, about 50% of water use is coming from residential households, while 35% is coming from industrial and commercial uses being the remaining 15% associated with leakage.

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Restoring Flooded Water Wells
Flooded Water WellsWater Well MaintenanceWater Well Safety

Flooded Water Wells Restoring
the Health of a Well

Flooded water wells will be of concern for property owners with a private water well that may be vulnerable to seasonal flooding. Floods are the #1 natural disaster. Water wells are an essential resource for millions of private properties through-out North America.

A water well may easily become contaminated during a natural disaster and re-establishing safe water after a flood is very important.
Flooded water wells may contain flood water with bacteria and viruses absorbed from soil, organic debris, and sewage systems in addition to possible fertilizers, pesticides, and other chemical contaminants.

Often a residential water well that has been flooded can be cleaned-up and restored quickly. Most aquifers are generally a safe water source because they are naturally protected from the effects of flooding.

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Local Water Well Pros - Fraser Valley Experts
Fraser ValleyLow-Flush ToiletsPeak Daily DemandWater WellWell Drilling

Drilling a Well in the Fraser Valley What You Need To Know

Understand the process of drilling a well in the Fraser Valley including real estate with water wells, how to plan ahead when drilling a well, water wells and low-flow toilets, calculating daily peak demand before drilling, and the #1 cause of water well failure.

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