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  • Wellhead Maintenance Services

    Groundwater monitoring wells deteriorate over time. In addition to affecting well integrity, these conditions may present hazards to vehicles and pedestrians.I Our wellhead maintenance services are designed to eliminate the hazards and re-establish wellhead security and integrity. Repairs are performed | with minimum disruption to on-site ...

    By Blaine Tech Services, Inc. based in San Jose, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • ZoneSafe Gel Treatment Services

    Protect producing zones from undesired fluid or gas migration. Protect producing zones from undesired fluid or gas migration. ZoneSafe gel treatments protect producing zones and sensitive areas from undesired oil, gas, or water migration by penetrating deep into porous material and filling the pore spaces to block permeability. ZoneSafe gel ...

    By Baker Hughes, a GE company based in Houston, TEXAS (USA). from Oilfield Water Management - Subsurface Service line

  • Slip Lining Services

    Slip Lining is a cost effective trenchless rehabilitation method used to repair leaks or restore structural stability to water, sewer and storm sewer pipelines. Slip lining is performed on pipes ranging in diameter from 4 inches up to 42 inches and lengths of up to 5,000 feet. The Slip Lining process is completed by winching or pushing a new pipe ...

    By Ellingson Companies based in West Concord, MINNESOTA (USA). from Trenchless Solutions Service line

  • Groundwater Sampling – Traditional or Low Flow Sampling

    While fixed-volume purging with bailers or submersible high-flow pumps can remove overlying stagnant water from a well and provide a sample of the groundwater near the borehole, researchers have determined that these traditional purging practices pose significant scientific and practical concerns.

    By A F Howland Associates based in Norwich, UNITED KINGDOM. from Environmental Monitoring Service line

  • Lateral Service Line Inspection and Sealing Services

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that private lateral sewer lines account for 75% of the infiltration of ground water into the nation’s main sewer lines. These leaking laterals cause treatment plants to treat a higher-than-anticipated volume of water, resulting in higher treatment costs for the sanitary district, and ...

    By Carylon Corporation based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA).

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