PURIFICATION OF POISONED WELLS
When rivers run dry
Rivers and lakes are polluted and an increasing number of people have to rely on
well-water for drinking.
Some of the new wells contain Arsenic, Fluoride, Uranium, Radon, Aluminum, Copper, Cadmium, Barium, Lead, Manganese and other minerals in concentrations that are poisonous in the long run. These minerals that have been there before, but the water has not been used for drinking before.