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Well Rehabilitation and Maintenance
Start Date/Time: Thursday, June 22, 2017 9:00 AM
End Date/Time: Thursday, June 22, 2017 4:00 PM
Recurring Event: One time event
Importance: Normal Priority
Training - Water Resources
Location: Franklin, NH


This course will assist water utility superintendents and managers in assessing their groundwater supplies with an eye towards preventive maintenance and well rehabilitation as cost-effective alternatives to new source development. Topics covered include types of wells, terminology, well construction, and materials; well plugging (how and why); techniques and applications for unplugging wells; economics of well development; purchasing well rehabilitation services; and utility experiences. A segment on “Well Consumer Awareness” will present a utility manager’s view of the overall well maintenance process, including a variety of tips, methodologies, and parameters to yardstick your own groundwater supply. The final segment involves a case study on unplugging an iron-plugged well, tying together all coursework covered throughout the day.

Course code:  RWR417AG
Fee:  $95
CEUs:  0.6

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