Fix a Leak Week

fix a leak week
Posted: March 19, 2018
Category: Uncategorized Water
Tags: bills, fix, homes, leaks, repair, save, water

With the increasing demands placed on our domestic water supplies due to growing urban populations and climate changes, water lost through leaks is having a much bigger impact.  Recently, the Southwest United States experienced a drought that led to water restrictions.  California is now weighing the possibility of making those restrictions permanent, even though the […]

Our Groundwater Is Under Threat

Posted: March 15, 2018
Category: Water
Tags: awareness, fracking, groundwater, over extraction, plastics, water

We rely on groundwater – it’s the water we drink, the water that grows our food, the water that helps recharge our lakes and rivers.  As technology moves forward many new threats to the safety of our groundwater are being realized. Fracking Hydraulic Fracturing, or “Fracking” as it is commonly known, is a very controversial issue.  It […]

All About Groundwater

what is groundwater
Posted: March 8, 2018
Category: Water
Tags: aquifer, crops, e-coli, groundwater, rain, water, watershed

Don’t take groundwater for granted.  Life as we know it would be impossible without it! Groundwater is the water that fills the cracks, voids and other openings in soil, sand and bedrock. The level of groundwater when measured is referred to as the water table.  Groundwater is replenished by rain and snow melt percolating down […]

Pumping & Slug Tests

Posted: February 22, 2018
Category: Products Water
Tags: datalogger, dipperLog, pump test, slug test, water level

A pumping test is an investigation periodically performed on production or dewatering wells, which can be used to determine a variety of information. To obtain permeability values of an aquifer To investigate water quality on contaminated sites as part of a remediation project To assess the performance of new supply wells To assess if water […]

Urban Wetlands: Prized Land, Not Wasteland

world wetlands day
Posted: February 2, 2018
Category: Environment Water
Tags: day, ecosystem, february, flooding, storage, storm water, wetlands, world

Wetlands are transitional ecosystems between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems with plants, animals and soils that are adapted to wet conditions.  The water can be still or flowing, fresh, salty or brackish and the area may be permanently or only periodically inundated. Urban wetlands are those which lay within the boundaries of a city or town.  Wetlands […]

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