Water Well Journal

January 2016

Water Well Journal

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Remaining alert to the potential for a fire or explosion can mean avoiding the loss of a rig and even the loss of a life . Gary Ganson, CIH, CSP, in "Fire and Explosion Precautions During Drilling", page 32 While the sudden onset of discoloration or odor can indicate influence, there are often subtle clues in the produced water that indicate changes in the well. Michael J. Schnieders, PG, PH-GW, in "Tracking Well Health", page 22 January PUNCH LIST The February issue of Water Well Journal highlights groundwater heat pumps. Leading it will be a feature article on conducting, applying, and having confidence in a thermal conductivity test. California pumps 10.7 billion gallons per day of groundwater for all purposes, a third more as much than the second-ranked state — Texas at 8.02 bgd. U.S. Geological Survey, in Estimated Use of Water in the United States in 2005, October 2009 "You can't just put chemicals in the well and expect them to do the work on their own. It would be like putting a pair of dirty jeans in a bucket of soapy water and expecting them to be clean when you pull them out." Eric Neubecker, MGWC, CVCLD, in "Cleaning It Up Is Hard to Do", page 18 In this the second decade of the 21st century, technology and customers continue to change. And yet too many salespeople are still using techniques that date back to the time of fax machines. Julie Hansen, in "Three Key Trends for Your Sales Conversation", page 46 Planning and efficiency . . . These two words and actions are vital to the success of any water well contractor and can make a big difference in the bottom line. Gary Shawver, MGWC, in "A Focus on Planning and Efficiency", page 30 64 January 2016 WWJ waterwelljournal.com

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