recharge well

recharge well

[′rē‚chärj ‚wel]
(hydrology)
A well used as a source of water in the process of artificial recharge. Also known as injection well.
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When a constant volume of water is continually pumped into the recharge well, however, there is a gradual or rapid decrease in the volume of water that can be charged and a rise in the well's internal level.
Establishment of recharge wells or infiltration galleries are financially feasible options for aquifer recharge despite this," he says.
Well numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 11, and 19 were identified as recharge wells. Concave-upward thermal profiles were found in these boreholes.
Ahmad bin Saud al-Mashari, Al A'mirat representative in Majlis A'Shura said the dam is important to recharge wells and Aflaj and feed farms in the area and its expected that it will economically activate the Wilaya.
To store the plant's increased volume of reclaimed water underground, 52 site-specific vadose recharge wells have been master planned for installation in multiple phases at two different locations in the city service area.
Additional CAP water will be stored for emergencies at the recharge facility during winter months for recovery in summer months through recharge wells (only the volume that is recharged can be withdrawn).
* Recharge wells allow the infiltration of leachate directly into the landfill and can be used in any type of weather, but they may not fully saturate waste when used alone.