water well

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water well

[′wȯd·ər ‚wel]
(civil engineering)
A well sunk to extract water from a zone of saturation.

well, wellhole

well, 1: W
1. The clear vertical space about which a stair turns; a stairwell.
2. The open vertical space between walls in which a stair or elevator is constructed.
3. Any enclosed space of small area but of considerable height, as an air shaft. well, 4.See bored well, dug well, etc.
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The groundwater well inventory project also aims to regulate drilling operations and groundwater use in agriculture and other irrigation purposes, helping farmers select the most appropriate drilling methods, in addition to educating them on sustainable abstraction practices.
Groundwater well CBC-1 CBC-10 CBC-42 CBC-61-CS CBC-60-CD Distance from 800 649 303 40 40 plot B (m) PM1 density <DL < DL < DL <DL 2.
ISRM uses a standard six-inch groundwater well and does not require building permanent structures.
To tackle this, we have made a system in which farmers will be asked to take permission from the municipality for groundwater well drilling.
Developed by scientists at Adventus, in close collaboration with manufacturing engineers at Durham Geo Slope Indicator and Field Environmental Instruments, the new O-Sox[TM] oxygen delivery system is revolutionizing the economics and efficacy of groundwater well remediation.
Seneca said that if the site is NPL listed, other than observing occasional workers conducting sampling and installing groundwater wells or remediation equipment, the EPA doesn't anticipate any change to residents' day-to-day routine.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 12 June 2017: The head of Groundwater Sector at the Ministry of Irrigation Sameh Sakr stated on Sunday that the Ministry is analyzing the data of the groundwater wells drilled as part of the 1.
Supply of advanced flow meter Tender no : GTC/844/2016 Description : Supply and installation of advanced flow meter for groundwater wells.
ABSTRACT: The present study deals with the distribution of nitrate and fluoride ion concentration in shallow domestic supply of groundwater wells in parts of Kelantan, Malaysia.
It said safer alternatives were available in government-held areas where there were deep groundwater wells.
Upon his arrival, Abdel Aaty met with his Tanzanian counterpart where they both discussed bilateral cooperation in the field of digging groundwater wells and capacity building of Tanzanian workers.
Founded in 2005 with headquarters in Austin, Texas, Dexter has more than 150 employees providing a range of LDAR and monitoring services to clients across the US, including environmental monitoring and analysis of piping components, cooling towers, wastewater drain systems, groundwater wells, storage tanks and other process-related equipment.