Well & Groundwater Inspections

Groundwater accounts for 98% of the earth’s drinking water supply. Fifty percent of the US population relies on groundwater for daily drinking water and 37% of the agriculture in the United States depends on groundwater. Failure to perform daily inspections on your community’s wells and groundwater can result in the overtreatment or undertreatment of your drinking water. And, if groundwater is not treated appropriately, waterborne germs such as Cryptosporidium, E. coli, Hepatitis A, Giardia, and other pathogens can make your community sick. Managing this program with spreadsheets (or knowledge that is only in one senior team member’s head) increases your risk of a public health outbreak.

As a Water Manager, you understand the important role Well and Groundwater Inspections play in your overall water program. However, you may be faced with common challenges such as how to:

  • Reduce the time it takes to manage field service personnel and contractors and assigning work orders
  • Ensure compliance with state and EPA standards
  • Ease the burden of completing and retrieving paper-based work orders and manually generating reports

Water Industry

Public/Private Utilities

Well & Groundwater Inspections

Utility Cloud can be used to ensure compliance with state and EPA standards, helping to ease the burden of completing and retrieving paper-based work orders or manually generating reports.

  • View daily monitoring and inspections of wells and distribution systems.
  • Get immediate alerts when potential threats to normal levels of water quality and water quality standards are not being met.