Water Well Journal

February 2015

Water Well Journal

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"It's not just the tally of your costs divided by the footage. It's the wear and tear on your rig, health and safety concerns, insurance, etc. All of those things have got to come together." Cary Smith, in "Don't Lose Your Shirt," page 19 waterwelljournal.com February PUNCH LIST "The majority of open loop installations should be limited to high-yield aquifer areas in your service area." Jeff Persons, CGD, in "Open Loop Geothermal System Survey," page 15 The March issue of Water Well Journal focuses on water quality and treatment. Highlighting it will be a feature article on what to do when regular solutions don't work. Direct your customers to Wellowner.org to learn more about geothermal heat pump systems. There they can find questions they should ask when considering a system for their home. Encourage them to go to www.Wellowner.org/ geothermal-heat-pumps. owner.org e "This funding (for the National Ground-Water Monitoring Network) is the result of nearly a decade-long effort led by NGWA to raise awareness of the critical role groundwater plays as a natural resource through the implementation of a nationwide monitoring network." Kevin McCray, CAE, in Industry Newsline, page 8 A total of $44,070 was raised at the National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation Annual Fundraising Auction at the 2014 NGWA Groundwater Expo and Annual Meeting on December 10 in Las Vegas. The funds go to the Foundation's Len Assante Scholarship Fund. "No matter what part of the country you're in, geothermal works and works great." Chad Grignon, owner of Pine State Drilling Inc. in Athens, Maine. For his full list of ways to promote geothermal to potential customers, visit www.WaterWellJournal.com. 72 February 2015 WWJ

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