Twelve million private wells dot the U.S. landscape. Every year, about a million of them fail. The problems can catch owners by surprise and can be expensive.
Marian Singer and her partner, Nick Hayes, think their state-of-the-art sensor will prevent those pricey crises by alerting people when their well is at risk.
“Nick and I found out that unless you were drilling a well or repairing a well, no one knew what was happening with ground water,” Singer says.