Water Well Journal

March 2016

Water Well Journal

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Plumbness and alignment are two completely different aspects and both may affect the performance of the well or the ability of the drilling contractor to complete the well in a manner acceptable by today's standards. Gary Shawver, MGWC, in "Straight Hole Drilling", page 46 "I'm thrilled to death when a customer calls me and says, 'Hey, you guys put this in 30 years ago (and it's still running). We love to hear that." Steve Smith, in "Six Reasons Submersibles Fail", page 27 March PUNCH LIST The April issue of Water Well Journal focuses on water quality and water treatment and will feature the first article in a series on aquifers of the United States. Let's work together so we can continue to move the industry forward to an even higher level of professionalism . We have a responsibility to take care of our resources and leave them in better condition than we found them. Ronald B. Peterson, in "Where Do We Go Now?", page 48 "Our industry is well positioned based on these trends ." Mark Reeder, in "Seven Trends Affecting the Ground- water Industry", page 21 In many nations, more than half of the groundwater withdrawn is for domestic water supplies and globally it provides 25% to 40% of the world's drinking water. The World's Groundwater Resource More than 200 fires occur in U.S. workplaces on an average day according to the Occupa- tional Safety and Health Administration . . . and more than 5000 are injured annually in explosions and fires on the job. Alexandra Walsh, in "Fire Prevention Basics", page 50 80 March 2016 WWJ waterwelljournal.com

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