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Start Date: October 28, 2021
Start Time: 9:00 AM
End Time: 3:45 PM
Location: Madbury Water Treatment Plant, Madbury, NH

This course will assist water utility superintendents and managers in assessing their groundwater supplies with an eye towards preventive maintenance and well rehabilitation as cost-effective alternatives to new source development. Topics covered include types of wells, terminology, well construction, and materials; well plugging (how and why); techniques and applications for unplugging wells; economics of well development; purchasing well rehabilitation services; and utility experiences. A segment on “Well Consumer Awareness” will present a utility manager’s view of the overall well maintenance process, including a variety of tips, methodologies, and parameters to yardstick your own groundwater supply. The final segment involves a case study on unplugging an iron-plugged well, tying together all coursework covered throughout the day.

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