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Crestone has a municipal water supply with a tank and water treatment above town. However many homes are served by drilled wells of a hundred feet or so. The further the lots are to the east the deeper a drilled well must be with depths of 350 ft necessary at the eastern boundary. There are a few dug well remaining. These are easily contaminated by surface waste or events but can be decontaminated using chlorine compounds, including household bleach.<ref>[http://wedc.lboro.ac.uk/resources/who_notes/WHO_TNE_01_Cleaning_and_disinfecting_wells.pdf "Cleaning and rehabilitating hand-dug wells"] Part of [http://wedc.lboro.ac.uk/knowledge/notes_emergencies.html "WHO Technical Notes for Emergencies"]</ref>
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Crestone has a municipal water supply with a tank and water treatment above town. However many homes are served by drilled wells with a depth of a hundred feet or so. The further the lots are to the east the deeper a drilled well must be with depths of 350 ft necessary at the eastern boundary. There are a few dug wells remaining. These are easily contaminated by surface waste or events but can be decontaminated using chlorine compounds, including household bleach.<ref>[http://wedc.lboro.ac.uk/resources/who_notes/WHO_TNE_01_Cleaning_and_disinfecting_wells.pdf "Cleaning and rehabilitating hand-dug wells"] Part of [http://wedc.lboro.ac.uk/knowledge/notes_emergencies.html "WHO Technical Notes for Emergencies"]</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 02:16, 19 April 2017

Crestone has a municipal water supply with a tank and water treatment above town. However many homes are served by drilled wells with a depth of a hundred feet or so. The further the lots are to the east the deeper a drilled well must be with depths of 350 ft necessary at the eastern boundary. There are a few dug wells remaining. These are easily contaminated by surface waste or events but can be decontaminated using chlorine compounds, including household bleach.[1]

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