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Water is a hot-button issue these days. Pick up a newspaper, turn on the television or tune into the radio, and it won’t be long before you encounter a water topic.
In the water well world, drillers are faced with the challenge of supplying the quantity and quality of water to a home or business every day. Sometimes the well just does not produce enough. What if the well could produce 40 to 60 per cent less and still meet the needs of the homeowner? Herein lie some of the benefits of a water recycling system using greywater.
Sometimes opportunity knocks in the form of fixing someone else’s mistake. For brothers Rob and Jamie MacKinnon of MacKinnon Well Drilling, house calls to repair geothermal units installed by others led them to enter the market themselves.
Read Treena Hein's update at the pricing problem (2018).Some water well drillers are charging less than others, creating a conundrum for the industry. Here’s a look at the pricing problem and where your numbers should be to make a profit.
September 12, 2011, Vancouver - Geoscience B.C. and the Horn River Basin Producers Group have launched phase II of a collaborative geoscience project to undertake baseline research on water resources in the Horn River Basin.
The case for more attention on proper well retirement and higher well construction standards is an ongoing industry concern.
When geothermal technology first entered the marketplace in southern Ontario some 30 years ago, ground water specialists embraced it as a viable way to expand their businesses given the associated demand for open loop water well systems.
Although he’s only been with GeoSmart Energy for a short time as drilling manager, Paul Catton accounts for almost a quarter-century of the knowledge and skill that have helped establish the company as a leader in the renewable energy market.
What will your future as a water well driller look like?
September 6, 2011, United States - Hair-like filaments called pili enable some bacteria to remove uranium form contaminated ground water, new research shows. | READ MORE
September 2, 2011, Mainichi, Japan - Construction of an underground barrier at the stricken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant to prevent leaking radioactive materials from reaching ground water will begin this year. | READ MORE
September 2, 2011, Camden, NJ - STH and STQ Ratio:Matic Duplex pumps from Fluid Metering Inc. are designed for precision mixing, diluting and proportional metering.
September 2, 2011, Washington – Everyone can get involved with the National Ground Water Association’s (NGWA) Protect Your Ground Water Day on Sept. 13.
September 2, 2011, Fergus, ON - Well Pumps SA has awarded Interpump Supply Ltd. exclusive distribution rights for Ontario.
September 2, 2011, Enid, OK - The George E. Failing Company (GEFCO) will soon be acquired by Astec Industries Inc.

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