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Ground Water

Sourcing drinking water from groundwater sources is a common and reliable method of obtaining safe and clean drinking water. Groundwater is water that accumulates beneath the Earth's surface in porous rock formations known as aquifers.

Groundwater is typically less vulnerable to contamination compared to surface water, but it still requires proper management and treatment to ensure its safety. Depending on the quality of the groundwater, treatment may be required to ensure it is safe for drinking.

Common treatment methods include disinfection (chlorination or UV treatment), filtration, and in some cases, ion exchange or reverse osmosis. Drinking water from groundwater sources must meet national and local regulations and standards for water quality. These regulations are designed to protect public health and ensure the safety of drinking water.

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