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Domestic water quality is under increasing threat in both industrialized and developing countries. Aiming to monitor the water quality of the ground wells in the real time, the investigation framework in this paper presents an integral solution. A. We incorporate wireless data gathering from different water source wells, sending data to the service through the Internet and managing by sever.Net. We exploit formalization software by three-layer Browser-Server structure to regulate how water quality data should be gathered, communicated among concerned parties and interpreted to server/Date Base in decision-making. Meanwhile, the communication among the nodes that form the distributed system is implemented by means of the utilization of wireless networks, and secondary data transmission services (GSM or GPRS) provided by a mobile telephone operator. This monitoring system has been running in good condition and stable operation with lower fault rate and higher credibility data. This system, once fully deployed, can significantly reduce human labor and provide real-time data monitoring to cope with the increasing threat of water pollution in the city.