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Third time in last 20 years I have ever seen this; a copper water supply line ran over and just down into the ground water sump pit, with a shut-off valve at the end of the feed. For some reason, these three folk wanted to be able to run water into their ground water sump pit. Why?

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Third time in last 20 years I have ever seen this; a copper water supply line ran over and just down into the ground water sump pit, with a shut-off valve at the end of the feed. For some reason, these three folk wanted to be able to run water into their ground water sump pit. Why?

They wished to create a cross connection so that they'd get more "minerals" in their drinking water.

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