Basic CMYK

1. Groundwater is rain water/precipitation that soaks into the soil, filling in beds of rock and sand openings.

2. 95% of all the fresh water in the world, excluding polar ice caps, is groundwater.

3. Through natural filtration, groundwater can move into large underground natural storage areas known as aquifers; in the mountainous regions, groundwater is stored within fractured bedrock.

4. Bottled water can come from groundwater.

5. “According to a 2001 independent market survey sponsored by the National Ground Water Association (NGWA), 78% of private water well owners prefer receiving their drinking water from their own well.”

For more information on this topic, check out the article, “Understanding Groundwater” on the Well Owner website.

Thanks,

Mike