well management Articles

  • EPA Technology News & Trends - Tacoma “Well 12A” Superfund Site

    The U.S. EPA Region 10 office uses an adaptive site management approach that relies on high-resolution site characterization (HRSC) techniques for strategic sampling at the Well 12A project area. This approximate one-square-mile project area is one of three at the 2.5-square-mile Commencement Bay-South Tacoma Channel Superfund site in Tacoma, Washington. The vicinity of Well 12A, one of 13 wells ...


    By TRS Group, Inc.

  • Knowledge management systems for emergency management: a situational approach

    Research on the role and relevance of knowledge management systems in support of emergency management continues to grow. Knowledge management (KM) literature aptly suggests that KM systems have the ability to support emergency management. Well–designed and implemented KM systems offer more accurate information/knowledge representation relevant to communication and coordination efforts required ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Risk Management: Sustainably Managing a Common Resource

    Introduction Danfoss is a global manufacturer of hermetic compressors, pumps, valves, motors and other electrical control units. The company owns a major manufacturing facility located on a small island, Als, in the Baltic Sea. In 1983 the company was routinely withdrawing two million cubic meters of fresh water from the sole aquifer which supplies the entire island, home to 50,000 residents. ...

  • Hazardous Waste Management

    In today’s environment, there is a need for efficient Hazardous Waste Management (HWM) to manage the transportation, treatment, storage, and disposal of huge quantity of generated Hazardous Waste (HW) from industrial and commercial facilities as well as from smaller household sources as they can also pose an immediate and significant threat to environment and personnel. This article ...

  • Compliance - You have to do it, why not do it well? (A white paper for companies striving for EH&S Excellence)

    Untitled Document Abstract Managers face a myriad of challenges in today's business world - challenges stemming from downsizing ...


    By Verisk 3E

  • A review of the three most popular maintenance systems: how well is the energy sector represented?

    A recent review of maintenance literature found that total productive maintenance (TPM), reliability–centred maintenance (RCM), and condition–based maintenance (CBM) were the most popular maintenance management models discussed in academic journals. In this paper, a comprehensive review of these three models is undertaken to identify empirical 'real world' examples of each model being used in ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Griffin Dewatering pumps 15 million gallons of water from flood control project with 75 foot deep wells

    On April 29 2011, Houston-based Griffin Dewatering Corp. began pumping 15 million gallons of water from the site. It also used 42 10-in.-dia, 75-ft-deep wells outside the dam perimeter to lower the groundwater table and relieve external hydraulic pressure. Griffin is working on several Corps projects in New Orleans, but Michael Lippard, Griffin senior project manager, says Seabrook is ...

  • The economies of the Baltic Sea Region in relation to green economics, with particular focus on Latvia: environmental sustainability and well-being

    Economic activity has an impact on the environment, but the potential degree of this impact will depend on several factors which are mainly determined by the technology used. This paper analyses the potential environmental impact the economies of the Baltic Sea Region have on their respective countries. The Baltic Sea Region countries are characterised by two economic development scenarios, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Arsenic in private drinking water wells: an assessment of jurisdictional regulations and guidelines for risk remediation in North America

    Arsenic is a known carcinogen found globally in groundwater supplies due to natural geological occurrence. Levels exceeding the internationally recognized safe drinking water standard of 10 μg/L have been found in private drinking water supplies in many parts of Canada and the United States. Emerging epidemiological evidence confirms groundwater arsenic to be a significant health concern, ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • On the management of design: the importance of "Coupling"

    Design, whether of product, process or system, is not an added-on feature; rather it is fundamental to the structure, functional characteristics, evolutionary potential, marketability and economic viability of anything which is created or manufactured. The managerial function should not isolate or restrict itself from any dimension of the creative, innovative or manufacturing process. It ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Hi-flow steps on the gas - hi-flow technology treats returns from a disrupted gas well in Gulf of Mexico

    Problem When a high volume gas well in the Gulf of Mexico began taking on water, the platform’s productivity was significantly hampered. The platform was capable of handling up to 5,000 barrels of water per day and prior to any problem being identified by the operator, was producing 20-30 million standard cubic feet (scf) of gas per day. Of the 5,000 barrels of water per day ...


    By CETCO Energy Services

  • Improved well tuning achieved at a Landfill gas to Energy developer`s sites - Case Study

    Building and managing a high-BTU landfill gas to energy system can present many challenges, but it’s not as complicated as it might seem. The key: start with a healthy, consistently productive wellfield. Morrow Renewables, formerly South Tex Renewables, specializes in doing just that. Headquartered in Midland, Texas, they began in the natural gas industry before building a reputation as one ...


    By QED Environmental Systems

  • Flow & unload - hi-flow process increases well flow rate and acts as a temporary flow back handling system

    Problem In an effort to increase the flow rate through a well in the Gulf of Mexico and ultimately unload the well, a major operator required a means to increase the flow rate from 500 barrels of total fluids per day to at least 2,000 barrels per day. The operator required a system that could simultaneously increase the flow rate through the well while ensuring the resulting wastewater ...


    By CETCO Energy Services

  • Best Practices for Chemical Management

    Introduction The costs of managing chemicals are far more than just the product price, but the life-cycle management of chemicals can be optimized to cut these peripheral costs. By adopting best practices, the chemical management process is more integrated into the business process, becoming a strategic advantage to the organization, raising efficiency on a number of fronts, decreasing legal ...


    By Chemical Safety Software

  • Waste management regulations

    In recent years, utilisation of biowastes (especially biowaste composts) has gained greater significance in the Federal Republic of Germany. Whereas less than 1 million tonnes of biowaste was source separated and utilised in 1990, more than 6 million tonnes of biowaste are currently used as fertilisers after composting or digestion. Since composting of source separated biowaste has gained a ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • Stormwater Management for Urban Environments

    IntroductionElmhurst College, a hundred-thirty-five year old private learning institution, is proceeding with a campus redevelopment project that will include a one hundred seventy bed residence hall. In addition, the college continues to be a role model for sustainable site design and an educational resource for both students and the community.The need for additional housing, due to ...


    By Advanced Pavement Technology

  • Waste management creates profit

    Large US furniture chain turns over USD 3 million through recycling of packaging. In 2007, the US furniture chain Rooms To Go turned over USD 1.75 billion worth of furniture – products packaged using vast amounts of cardboard, wood, plastic and EPS. But already in 1991 the chain introduced a recycling programme that has transformed waste into a profitable business which in 2007 ...


    By Runi A/S

  • Managing oceans with sound science

    Management of marine resources for sustainable development needs local capacity for science, particularly in the Pacific region. Those who care about environmental damage and its effects on the health and welfare of communities tend to focus on land-based threats. That is where harm can be most easily observed, and where its causes — from agricultural pesticides to industrial air ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Are you managing your performance?

    It is no secret that we are presently experiencing an economic downturn. Running a successful and profitable organization is no easy feat to begin with, let alone in these current market conditions. The corporate leaders of today are battling a plethora of obstacles ranging from fluctuating capital markets, pressures from investors, proposed new regulations and not to mention good old fashioned ...


    By Intelex Technologies Inc.

  • Waste Management - Bulgaria

    Bulgaria is a country, that faces serious waste management challenges. The current infrastructure is old, fractional and insufficient. Addressing the issue constitutes a major priority for the Bulgarian government and the planned areas for development include the creation of regional waste disposal systems, as well as the construction and exploitation of large scale waste and ...


    By Via Expo Ltd.

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