Copper in borehole water

Copper μg/L


≤ 2000

Above 1 500. Time to get a 5 stage reverse osmosis system and advice.

What is Copper in borehole water?

  • Copper in borehole water is a reddish metal that occurs naturally in rock, soil, water, sediment, and air.
  • It has many practical uses in our society and is commonly found in coins, electrical wiring, and pipes.
  • It is an essential element for living organisms, including humans, and-in small amounts-necessary in our diet to ensure good health.

Health effect of Copper in borehole water.

  • However, too much copper can cause adverse health effects, including vomiting, diarrhea, stomach cramps, and nausea.
  • It has also been associated with liver damage and kidney disease.


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