I’ve got a well with bad H2S issues. At the moment it’s doing much better after Reach4’s sanitizing procedure yesterday but I’m looking at what can be done to keep it that way. I found the Sulfur Eliminator which seems interesting and commonly successful, but potentially problematic and at the least difficult to install in my northeastern well. If the advantage there is agitation and adding oxygen to the water, what about just bubbling some air through the well? I’m thinking about a small hose with a weight dropped down an appropriate depth, maybe some sort of aeration stone on the end, or maybe just open if that fouls too easily, and a small air pump/compressor. Is this something that’s being done? If not, is there a good known reason why it’s a bad idea or should I give it a try?