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Tate-Monroe Water Association, Bethel, Ohio - Wellfield biofouling

Since 1987, Ground Water Science and its predecessor have been assisting Tate-Monroe with wellfield biofouling on wells that had declined by that time when compared to their original performance, including biofouling testing and maintenance analysis with recommendations, rehabilitation protocol planning and well cleaning project evaluation. Work included a detailed analysis of complex problems, a three-year research study financed by the AWWA Research Foundation, and detailed well cleaning plans that provided good results.

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An aquifer’s pore space near a well will fill with solids and biomass long before you notice a performance decline. Analyzing for chemical water quality and biofouling reveals markers that identify the kind of clogging that is likely to occur in the future.

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