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.