groundwater replenishment

groundwater replenishment

[′grau̇nd‚wȯdər ri′plen·ish·mənt]
(hydrology)
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Enhancing capacity at the spreading grounds is critical to maximize groundwater replenishment and to augment the local source.
The limitations of these outdated facilities thus present a serious technological hindrance for water reuse applications requiring nitrogen removal, including groundwater replenishment.
In 2007 California's Orange County Water District (OCWD) introduced the world's largest IPR operation, a project known as the Groundwater Replenishment System that produces 70 million gallons of highly treated wastewater per day.
With this track record, OCWD launched the Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS) in 2008 to replace Water Factory 21.
It's a guaranteed supply of water," says Shivaji Deshmukh, the program manager for the Orange County Groundwater Replenishment System--the system responsible for making the water from restroom potties suitable for use in kitchen pots.
CA, Groundwater Replenishment System (GWR) has been selected as the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement for 2009 by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
For its efforts at managing sparse water supplies in Southern California, the Orange County Water District will receive the Water Management award for its groundwater replenishment system.
Precipitation, which is considered as a main source for groundwater replenishment, swiftly passes through the thin cover of limno-glacifluvial deposits and infiltrates into the relatively highly fractured Ordovician carbonate rocks.
A contract to provide microfiltration equipment for the Groundwater Replenishment (GWR) System, of Orange County, Calif.
Henderson also contended a proposed groundwater replenishment system at the pits wouldn't work, and that dewatering at the pits would draw down the surrounding water table and diminish his wells.
Company proposes to supply water from a combination of sources including desalination, groundwater replenishment and aquifer storage and recovery
WRD's GRIP project includes an agreement with the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County for the purchase of billions of gallons per year of recycled water for groundwater replenishment.

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