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1 Oct 2012 To disinfect wells, follow these procedures. Charts indicating the proper amount of chlorine to use vary with the type of chlorine purchased. (See tables below.) Unscrew the vent plug from the well seal. If using bleach, pour 24 ounces per 100 gallons of water into the well through the vent hole (see table
Figure 1.1. Steps for cleaning and disinfecting wells. Steps for cleaning and disinfection. Figure 1.1 outlines a four-step approach to cleaning and disinfecting . guidelines/en/. WHO (2010) 'How to measure residual chlorine in water'. Technical Note 11. WHO (2010) 'Cleaning wells after seawater flooding'. Technical Note
Disinfection of Water Wells by. Chlorination. Chlorination, or "shock chlorination", is the process of flushing your well and water system with a chlorine solution to kill bacteria and other microorganisms. Disinfection by chlorination is usually recommended if a water sample from the well has tested positive for bacteria. It is an
Chlorination is the process of treating (disinfecting) a well and plumbing system with chlorine to kill or reduce certain kinds of bacteria. This includes coliform bacteria that may indicate the presence of disease-causing organisms and other nuisance bacteria (ex: iron and sulphur bacteria) that can cause unpleasant taste and.
Contaminated well water is in many cases a hidden danger to which the very young, the elderly and the sick are This method is for the disinfection of a well water supply, water storage tank, water carrying pipe work Government (DELG) and the EPA have issued guidelines which will assist those boring a well and those
Tuesday 1 October - Guidelines for a good well disinfection. • Important if you have a filter or softener put on by-pass. (Some systems don't have to be put on by-pass.) • Prior to shock chlorinating your well, disconnect the water heater's power source following the manufacturer's instructions. Drain the water heater.

Shock chlorination is a disinfection treatment recommended when a drinking water system has been contaminated with total coliform or E. coli bacteria. The presence of bacteria in a well is usually caused by the intrusion of surface water contaminated by decayed material, animal/ human waste, or other materials.
15 May 2017 Guidelines for Disinfecting Dug and Drilled Wells. Groundwater, by nature, is bacterially pure. The presence of total and faecal coliform in well water is evidence that pollution has occurred in the well. These contaminants cannot be detected by taste or visual inspection, making them a hidden hazard.
This handout provides instructions for disinfecting your water system, which includes both the well that has a submersible pump and the associated water distribution system. These instructions can be used for a single family home or businesses such as resorts and campgrounds. Disinfection can eliminate or reduce