Spring-fed wells are water sources that are formed when underground water emerges from the ground. These wells are fed by natural springs, which are typically formed when groundwater reaches the Earth's surface through cracks or openings in the ground. Spring-fed wells often provide clean and clear water since the water has been naturally filtered through rocks and soil, resulting in improved taste and quality. Due to their reliable and consistent water supply, spring-fed wells have been used for centuries as a reliable source of drinking water for communities and households.
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