Water Well Journal

September 2016

Water Well Journal

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Everyone is attempting to tighten belts and save money. And for small businesses, it isn't just a matter of lowering expenses on occasion , but actual survival. Alexandra Walsh, in "Cutting Costs", page 52 Noise can have both hearing and non-hearing-related health effects. There is no cure for noise-induced hearing loss. Preventing excessive exposure to noise is the only way to preserve your hearing. Jerome E. Spear, CSP, CIH, in "Controlling Exposure to Noise", page 48 September PUNCH LIST The October issue of Water Well Journal will feature a full preview of Groundwater Week, the biggest event in the groundwater industry, taking place December 6-8 in Las Vegas. Given the fact most wells are a once-in-a-lifetime expense for a customer, it's vital to use the best grout and the best grouting techniques available. Gary Shawver, MGWC, in " Grouting Isn't Just Grouting", page 46 "If you catch your bit in time before you ruin it and send it in to your bit man, you can save 50 percent of a new bit and still have about 85 to 90 percent quality of a new bit." Kevin Christensen, in "WWJ Q&A", page 22 We're always in a hurry to get things done, but one of the most critical things in any drilling fluid mixing operation is adequate time to allow the products to shear and mix. Ron Peterson, in "Mixing and Handling of Drilling Fluids", page 54 A total of 76,000 million gallons of fresh groundwater is used every day in the United States, approximately 22.2% of the freshwater supply for the nation. U.S. Geological Survey in Estimated Use of Water in the United States, 2010 waterwelljournal.com 76 September 2016 WWJ Las Vegasāˆ™Dec. 6-8, 2016 SM

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