The Campbell River area features abundant water resources. Because of the plentiful rivers, streams and lakes in the area, its easy to assume that a safe, sufficient supply of water is easily available when water well drilling.

However, the quantity and quality of surface and groundwater are affected directly by human activity, whether that is land development, resource extraction, water consumption or discharge of pollutants. All of these activities are on the rise in Campbell River and have an impact on water well drilling. The quantity and quality of these impacts on surface and ground water can impact the health of Campbell River’s ecosystems and in turn affect the quality of water pumped through your water well.

Population growth in the Campbell River region continues to put pressure on ground and surface water sources which impacts watersheds and affects Campbell River water well drilling strategies. These impacts have led to changes in many ground water sources in a number of areas throughout the region.

Campbell River water well drilling requires knowledge of the varied and unique geological formations, ecological variables, and aquifers that may be experienced during well construction and maintenance.

Many local governments have adopted standards to reduce the impacts of urban development on aquifers by managing water in ways that mimic nature. These innovative approaches to water management have benefits to both surface and underground sources of drinking water as well as for the well-being of streams and water bodies, all of which must be considered when water well drilling in Campbell River.

With our extensive experience in Campbell River water well drilling, Drillwell Enterprises is uniquely equipped to offer the very best well drilling services in the Campbell River area.