Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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Ohio Department of Transportation District 1 – Overcoming coliform positive problems

Roadside rest areas operated by District 1 in Hancock County, Ohio were experiencing total coliform positive results in systems supplied by carbonate aquifer wells. Ground Water Science supervised drilling and well construction to remove the wells as a source of problems, and made recommendations to redesign the system to remove compromising components. These latter remain in place, as do the problems, but the wells themselves are coliform-free.

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Free Tip of the Day

Measure the flow rate and water levels in your wells regularly. Measure and record both the static (“off”) water level and a stable pumping water level. Conducting regular well tests (measuring flow and drawdown) and documenting the results will help to show trends in performance.

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