Water Well Journal

July 2015

Water Well Journal

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"Almost everyone with heavy equipment (in my area) is taking action to protect their equipment in some fashion. These chemicals are eating through the metal and it's getting quite costly." Richard Thron, MGWC, in "Combating Corrosion", page 20 July PUNCH LIST The August issue of Water Well Journal will feature articles on disinfecting new or existing wells and maintenance on inactive wells as well as part two of the series on combating corrosion. With 252 eight-hour workdays each year, there is a daily average of 18 work-related fatalities . This obviously has got to be addressed. Gary Ganson, CIH, CSP, in "Safety Matters", page 40 About a quarter of all U.S. rainfall becomes groundwater and it is estimated by the U.S. Geological Society that about 30% of U.S. streamflow is from groundwater, although it is higher in some locations and less in others. U.S. Geological Survey Circular, 1999 "The key is to drill faster at a lower cost per foot ." Kevin Christensen, in "Choosing the Right Drill Bit", page 26 Not every call or meeting ends in a signed contract, but you must ask for some action. Otherwise you've just invested a lot of time and energy delivering an informative talk. Julie Hanson, in "ACT Like a Sales Pro", page 60 The National Ground Water Association is seeking people to form a consensus body for developing a proposed groundwater pumping systems standard . A free orientation webinar will be held July 15 to educate interested parties on the standards process. The Log, page 18 80 July 2015 WWJ waterwelljournal.com

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