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Cost Comparisons of Local Groundwater Sources to Regional Waterlines

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  • This white paper discusses how water wells, even with additional household treatment, are more cost-efficient in delivering drinking water to rural and suburban residences than long regional pipelines.

    The white paper shows this through seven case studies.

    It states that when wells are not maintained properly or concerns about groundwater quality are raised, homeowners have alternatives to consider: Improving their existing well system, adding household water treatment, or seeking water supplied by a regional waterline. There are occasions, the white paper shows, when well systems are the economical answer.

    2021 / 16 pages
    Catalog #D1122

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    Price:
    NGWA member — $0.00
    Nonmember — $150.00