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All components of a new water well construction and/or modification shall be thoroughly disinfected with a strong chlorine solution which will yield a dosage of at least 100 parts per million to the water in the well and piping system. After purging the water system of any chlorine residual, a water sample shall be taken and analyzed by a certified laboratory and satisfactory results obtained prior to utilizing the water system for drinking and culinary purposes. The copy of the analysis shall be filed with the County Health Department. The water obtained from a semi-private water supply shall meet the requirement of the Public Area Sanitary Practice Code, Section 895.20(b), and the water obtained by a private well shall meet the bacteriological and nitrate requirements of the Primary Drinking Water Standards (35 Ill. Adm. Code 611). The water from a private water system, having surface water as its source, shall meet the nitrate/nitrite, bacteriological and turbidity requirements of the Primary Drinking Water Standard (35 Ill. Adm. Code 611).
(Ord. 1991.52, passed 8-13-1991; Ord. 0-2010.03, passed 8-13-1991) Penalty, see § 50.99