There is a lot you can do with a downhole camera.
A fast way of getting things done effectively without the use of chemicals.
Researching to determine the best filter pack for well performance.
Marvin F. Glotfelty, RG, stresses the importance of hydrogeologists and drillers understand one another.
Todd Tannehill of Minerals Technologies Inc. will present the workshop, […]
More state and federal bills covering groundwater are being introduced around the country.
Marvin F. Glotfelty, RG, delves into the topic of paying attention to detail during a well installation.
It’s important the correct decisions are made when diagnosing a well’s problems.
Groundwater Week 2022 returned to Las Vegas for the first time since the pandemic and drew its second largest show ever.
It may not be exciting, but it is among the most important steps of completing a new well.
It’s important to diagnose the correct sickness before they administer the cure.
The key to success is focusing on removal of plugging material and reversing formation damage.
NGWA’s first all virtual Groundwater Week 2020 allowed industry professionals to participate in the 72nd annual trade show.
There are a variety of methods and the best one varies with each job.
It must be done unique to each well but restores groundwater quality when done right.
Todd E. Kerry, Water Well Solutions Illinois Division LLC—SUEZ Advanced Solutions
Swaging can extend the well service life and improves water quality while minimizing maintenance costs and service downtime.
Kevin McGinnis, Groundwater Week presenter
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