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Challenging raw water quality (whether ground water or not!) frequently has a geological origin. Understanding the geological origin can help those responsible for the operation of a ground-water system (or even operators of a public water supply reservoir) to make decisions to either avoid or mitigate undesirable water quality. For well water supplies, sometimes a very simple strategy of changing well depth or pumping rates can avoid a problem and reduce or eliminate treatment requirements. Installing and operating a properly designed water treatment system cannot always be avoided (and probably shouldn’t be).

Our Technical Article library and Ground Water Perspectives sections have related information. Of course, each project is unique and benefits from professional hydrogeologic expertise.


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Tip of the Day

Protecting larger wellfields may require calculation of wellhead protection areas. Your state may have already done that for you, but it’s a good idea to have a hydrogeologist update the delineation.