All components of a new water well construction and/or modification shall be thoroughly disinfected with a strong solution which will yield a dosage of at least 100 parts per million to the water in the well. After purging the system of any chlorine residual, a water sample shall be taken and satisfactory bacteriological results, as confirmed by a certified laboratory, shall be obtained prior to utilizing the water system for drinking and culinary purposes.
It shall be the duty of every owner of every water well serving a semi-private water system for more than one (1) residence to have the water therein bacteriologically analyzed by a certified laboratory as required by the Health Authority for the protection of public health. Such water shall also be bacteriologically analyzed whenever the water lines are opened up for repair, replacement, or extension of the water distribution system. The water from a semi-private water system shall meet the nitrate, chemical and bacteriological requirements contained in the Drinking Water Systems Code.