Category Archives: Drywell Procedure

While California receives the most media attention for their drought condition, far more of the country is in trouble than just one state. 15 percent of the contiguous United States are in the extreme drought category while another 22 percent fall in the moderate to extreme category.* Since we can’t force rain out of the sky, […]

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Abandonment of a drywell, known as decommissioning, is very straightforward, but not necessarily simple. According to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ), decommissioning activities should only be undertaken by a qualified drywell drilling contractor. After a thorough cleaning, the standard procedures include removal of all internal drywell components such as piping, screens, and shields […]

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