Water Well Journal

May 2016

Water Well Journal

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My biggest concern continues to be where we are going with the regulations. I've felt the groundwater user has been portrayed as the bad guy on the block mainly because in most areas groundwater is so-called "free." Tom Downey, CWD/PI, in "An Inside Look", page 15 The good news is, once these new motors are in place and your equipment is calibrated, your operation is the big winner. Patrick Hogg, in "Department of Energy Introduces New Motor Efficiency Regulations", page 27 May PUNCH LIST The June issue of Water Well Journal focuses on safety and will feature the annual buyers guide. The third and final article in a series on aquifers of the United States concludes with a look at the Turlock Basin, one of the largest aquifers in the western United States. Each application requires us to ask probing questions so we can properly design the pumping system to meet our customer's present and future needs. Mike Allen, in "Making the Right Choice", page 30 Calling the national 811 call service before digging is the most important precaution professionals and homeowners can take before digging or other intrusive activities, including drilling. Jerome E. Spear, CSP, CIH, in "Preventing Damage to Underground Utilities", page 48 Globally, about 38% of irrigated lands are equipped for irrigation with groundwater. Stefan Siebert, in Hydrology and Earth Systems Science A sales conversation is a purposeful, heightened communication and every element, including a story , should be tied to the reason you are engaging in the conversation with your prospect. Julie Hansen, in "Start with Why", page 54 waterwelljournal.com 72 May 2016 WWJ

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