Black color water with smell from borewell
(not verified) posted 10 months ago

Hi,

My house location is Madurai.

From last three days, we are facing the borewell water problem, the water is black in color with smell. As our borewell is 400 ft, it is not possible that the drainage water will get mixed with the borewell water. 

suggest me ,how to resolve this water issue.
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