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I care for an elderly person in my country home. The company that I'm contracted through requires me to keep my water temperature at 110 degrees. Each year I have to have my well shocked to pass a water test to rid my home of e coli and chloroform. Is this temperature hot enough to rid my household water system of harmful bacteria? If not, what is a safe water temperature to assure that no person in my home gets sick.
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