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Testing for the presence of coliform in drinking water is done by the City of Bloomington's Dillman Water Treatment Lab.  By using this local facility as opposed to the Indiana State Department of Health, the Monroe County Health Department saves time and money.

To have your water tested, please contact:

Dillman Water Treatment Lab
100 W. Dillman Road, Bloomington, IN  47403
(812) 824-4900
Lab Sample Drop Off Hours:
Monday - Wednesday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am - 10:00 am

Public services at the lab include performing bacteria tests on samples from swimming pools and private well water.  Samples can be brought in for testing or empty sample bottles picked up during the hours noted above.

Water Testing Form

Well Water Disinfection Information

Informing consumers about groundwater and water wells - www.wellowner.org

Well Water Tip Sheets  (October 2013 - July 2017)

August 2017 Well Water Tip Sheet


The Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP) is seeking additional private well owners to receive an in-person water well assessment completed at the well using a new assessment tool.

The assessment tool will help a well owner understand the potential risks and vulnerabilities that might impact the drinking water. It considers site conditions, geology, land use practices, well construction, and maintenance. RCAP will not be opening the well or sampling from the tap.

To nominate your well for an assessment, please send an email to Steve Wilson at sdwilson@illinois.edu with the well owner name, email address, and telephone number along with the well location.



In the event of a flood emergency, please consider the following information:


Directions for Disintecting Well and Water Sources

Directions for Treating Drinking Water in Small Quantities

 

 

 

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