deep well


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deep well

[′dēp ‚wel]
(civil engineering)
A well that draws its water from beneath shallow impermeable strata, at depths exceeding 22 feet (6.7 meters).

deep well

A well that draws water from beneath an impermeable stratum.
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Deep Well 801 was spudded on 15 December 2014 with a planned Total Depth of 4,950 meters.
According to Graziano, the deep well strategy would easily achieve the WHO standard of 10 [micro]g/L--an important point, given his team's research in adults and children as well as other recent epidemiologic evidence indicating that the 50 [micro]g/L guideline is not adequate to protect public health.
This project investigates the difference in total hardness and pH of shallow and deep well water.
Under the terms of the proposed agreement, if approved by the Mikwec shareholders, Deep Well will acquire one hundred percent (100%) of the issued and outstanding common stock of Mikwec and obtain an exclusive option to acquire 100% of Mikwec's preferred stock.
Schlotter, a senior analyst with Investrend affiliate SISM Research and a four star analyst according StarMine, has reiterated his Buy/4 rating for Deep Well (Pink Sheets: DWOG) and has raised the target price from $3.
Deep Well is also pleased to announce that Signet Energy has now raised in excess of $14.
deep well drilling activity fell to a 34-year low in 1992, according to an exclusive report by Petroleum Engineer International magazine.
Schlotter an oil and gas analyst with InvesTrend Research Affiliate SISM Research and a four star analyst according StarMine, has reiterated his Buy/4 rating for Deep Well (PINK SHEETS:DWOG) and has set a 6-12 month target price of $3.
The hydrochloric acid streams now used in making the calcium chloride had previously been disposed of in Vulcan's EPA-Approved deep well disposal system.