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August 16, 2013 – 4,061 views
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Also known as ‘fracking’, hydraulic fracturing is one of the most widely used systems of obtaining natural gasses that are contained in large rock layers thousands of feet below the ground. The gasses that are released from beneath these rocky surfaces play a huge role in our daily lives and power a number of various contraptions that make our lives easier... Full Story 
July 18, 2013 – 3,802 views
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A Hydraulic system in simple words refers to the use of fluid for transferring energy from one end to the other. The main motive of this system is to transfer energy or power from one point to several other points. It runs on a simple idea that is application of force with the use of incompressible fluid... Full Story 
July 1, 2013 – 4,202 views
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Developing a high performing well has long been a concern of contractors, and now that efficiency has gone mainstream among consumers, it's more important than ever. From drilling processes to the finishing touches and finer details, there are a number of key factors affecting well performance that contractors should get to know... Full Story 
June 18, 2013 – 1,428 views
Peter G Bulfin
The water well is an amazing resource and can deliver many years of great water with a minimum of servicing. Precisely since the majority of water wells perform for years with no maintenance, homeowners may well not realize that the well requires service or routine maintenance right up until it is too late. Fortunately there are some tell-tale indicators you can look for that can alert you to well water troubles... Full Story 
May 6, 2013 – 1,425 views
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One of the ways that the Environmental Protection Agency is safeguarding against damage to wetland areas is through its 404 permit application process. The agency requires land developers and environmental engineers to gain approval for the discharge of dredging material into wetlands, and the 404 permit is currently the only way for that approval to be granted. Generally, the application process itself is quite simple. The information required of the application, however, will usually take quite a bit of time and effort on behalf of developers... Full Story 
April 17, 2013 – 1,683 views
B. Palmer
The Environmental Protection Agency sets standards that, when combined with protecting ground water and surface water, are critical to ensuring safe drinking water. The EPA also works with many partners to protect public health through implementing the Safe Drinking Water Act. National Primary Drinking Water Regulations (NPDWRs or primary standards) are legally enforceable standards that apply to public water systems. Primary standards protect public health by limiting the levels of contaminants in drinking water... Full Story 
April 12, 2013 – 1,480 views
Groundwater runoff is well known to be a source of pollution from construction sites. However, during rainy times, neighborhood and street flooding can be a significant source of chemical pollution into the drain water as well. This type of pollution is called Nonpoint Source pollution, or NPS. Chemicals such as pesticides, fertilizers, oil and gasoline can be carried in flooding waters into the... Full Story 
March 15, 2013 – 1,432 views
Leaf Tech
When it comes to wastewater in industry, removing particles is probably one of the last things that you are concerned about. After all, this water is marked for waste, it is going to be treated accordingly, so why is there a need to remove any grit that is hanging in suspension? After all, the settling process should take care of it, right?... Full Story 

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