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Many of you operate or manage water supply wellfields of two or more wells, which can be a carefree experience or an adventure. In either case, you will probably be in a position to contract well rehabilitation services at some point as well performance or water quality declines. Ground Water Science is your go-to resource for planning these occasional ventures, but we want to bring you up to date on the process first (whether you hire us or not) …

Please see the attached article and contact us if you have any questions.

A version is attractively published in the Ohio Section AWWA Newsletter Winter 2016 edition.

Download this file (Well Rehabilitation Methods new 2016-website.pdf)Well Rehabilitation Methods update[ ]189 kB

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Tip of the Day

A change in static water level may indicate a change in the aquifer. The drawdown (difference between static and pumping water level) indicates a change at the well. You need both pieces of information (at a consistent flow rate) to judge a well’s performance.