Bore Hole Pumps News

  • EnviroInsite Development News - October

    Boring Log Key Map EnviroInsite does maps and EnviroInsite does boring logs, but up until now EnviroInsite hasn't done maps in boring logs.  With this new feature, EnviroInsite grabs the view window from the home-tab plan view and places it in the boring log at the requested location and size.  Thank you to the ERM UK office for funding this new feature. ...


    By EI LLC

  • Boring Log Key Map

    EnviroInsite does maps and EnviroInsite does boring logs, but up until now EnviroInsite hasn't done maps in boring logs. With this new feature, EnviroInsite grabs the view window from the home-tab plan view and places it in the boring log at the requested location and size. Thank you to the ERM UK office for funding this new feature. ...


    By EI LLC

  • Bore log presentations? Try the latest version of ESlog, our bore log presentation software

    If you've been producing bore logs in traditional ways through desktop database applications, such as gINT and WinLog, or even Excel! we would recommend you try the latest version of ESlog our bore log presentation software. ESlog is simple, fast and intuitive web based software with no licence, setup, or cost. For more information on Bore ...

  • ESlog: create bore logs in your browser, for free

    The latest version of ESlog borelog presentation software in now available. Please try it out and give us your feedback.  ...

  • This World Water Day atg UV Technology are proud to be able to support Myra’s Wells

    With our passion and expertise in water treatment, the atg UV Team are continually looking for ways to support water projects and disadvantaged communities across the globe. This World Water Day, atg UV Technology are proud to be able to support Myra’s Wells and their water projects in Burkino Faso, West Africa. Burkina is the World’s 4th poorest country. Outside of the ...


    By atg UV Technology

  • Boreholes, Springs and Rainwater Tanks to Tackle Rising Water Costs

    Again, we read about the importance of water in dairy farming in this week’s Farmers Guardian. Katie Jones writes that water costs are being controlled on one farm in Devon through utilising spring water on the unit. Located just North of Plymouth, despite farming in an area home to the longest stretch of coastline and with seemingly high levels of rainfall, the South of England still has ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Looking For the Answer in the Ground

    It has been a dry year in Australia. Very dry. Especially in Central Queensland, where the lack of rainwater is taking its toll. The land is thirsting, and the demand for groundwater is making record sales for submersible pumps. The sun is shining from a clear, blue sky. Not a cloud is in sight. Like most days. The temperature is a sizzling 35 degrees Celsius. Again. This year, only 100 ...


    By Grundfos

  • Clean water project delivers for Ugandan families

    For millions of people in the developing world one of their major challenges to health and well being is the availability of clean water for drinking and cooking. Over recent decades many aid agencies and charitable organisations have worked to install clean water boreholes and pumps in some of the poorest communities. The arrival of a clean water supply can transform the lives and health ...


    By co2balance UK Ltd

  • Silixa Ltd affirms its position as world-leading fibre sensing solution company by announcing $8M investment from Statoil Technology Invest and Chevron Technology Ventures

    Silixa Ltd. will begin global commercialisation of its game-changing fibre optic sensing technology after an equity investment of $ USD 8 million from Statoil Technology Invest (STI) and Chevron Technology Ventures (CTV). Building on earlier investment made by CTV and Lime Rock Partners, the latest investment cements Silixa's position as a company with an exceptional potential for growth. Within ...


    By Silixa Ltd

  • Still soggy on site despite the sunshine

    Water levels across the country are high after all the rain and this may be having an impact on leachate levels on landfill sites, too, which could be making it harder to keep to the required levels. Many people consider pumps challenging because of the harsh operating conditions and the potential difficulties with installing or maintaining them, but now with the Environment Agency looking for ...


    By Geotech

  • Africa may struggle to extract groundwater, experts say

    Vast groundwater resources have been revealed in Africa by the first continent-wide quantitative maps. But the resources may not be easily accessible because of political and technical challenges and costs, say experts. The new groundwater maps, published last month (19 April) in Environmental Research Letters, are based on an extensive review of available maps, publications and data. They show ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • ESI led low flow consortium to deliver major programme of investigation for Severn Trent Water

    The Environment Agency initially identified 31 sites for Severn Trent Water to investigate under the National Environment Plan in AMP5.  One site (the Worcestershire Middle Severn Sandstone groundwater unit) comprised 19 sub-sites for which individual assessment were required.  This was a substantial increase in the number of sites compared to previous AMP periods and meant that almost ...


    By ESI Consulting Ltd

  • USACE integrates fracturing and iron/carbon injections at Colorado site

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) performed a large-scale pilot test in 2009 for remediating TCE-contaminated groundwater at the "Atlas 12" formerly used defense site. Hydraulic fracturing was conducted to optimize emplacement of a zero-valent micro-iron/complex carbon amendment that chemically and biologically reduces contaminants in bedrock. Three-dimensional (3-D) mapping was used to ...


  • NOV Mono provides solar solution for welsh water

    As part of a major project to improve treatment efficiency, NOV Mono has installed a solar powered recirculating pump at Welsh Water’s Llanrhidian WwTW, a remotely located wastewater plant on the Gower Peninsular which has no power supply. Llanrhidian WwTW, which consists of a biological filter bed and two final tanks, was found to be drying out during long spells of dry weather, killing ...


    By National Oilwell Varco

  • Upcoming Office Hours – EnviroInsite 7 – September 2, 2010

    HydroAnalysis’s EnviroInsite7 is a environmental data visualization package designed with the needs of the practicing hydrogeologist in mind. You can get a full idea of the application capabilities by visiting www.enviroinsite.com. EQuIS users are particularly fortunate in having access to EQuIS Pro reports that generate input files for EnviroInsite and because ...


    By EarthSoft, Inc

  • Research into iron oxide clogging reveals startling interim results

    Interim results of ongoing research into combating iron oxide clogging in boreholes have recently been released with some startling findings. Ipswich based Geoquip Water Solutions, together with their Australian partners Aquabiotics Industrial, have been working in partnership with the Western Australian Water Corporation to identify ways of treating, maintaining and improving wells with iron ...


    By Geoquip Water Solutions

  • M-Tech Announces 2007 Version of QuickLog, QuickCross/Fence

    Since 1993, M-Tech Software's QuickLog and QuickCross/Fence have set the standard for ease of use and power in creating borehole log diagrams, geologic cross sections, and 3-D fence diagrams. With the new 2007 version released in January, several enhancements have been added and many more are planned. Some new general features include autosave, a recent file list, mouse scroll-wheel support, and ...


    By M-Tech Software Inc.

  • SamplePro Air-powered Pumps Become World Leader In Portable Groundwater Sampling

    Ann Arbor, MI — Sample Pro® bladder pumps from QED Environmental Systems have rapidly become the leading portable groundwater sampling pumps worldwide, used from Alaska to Australia and beyond to collect samples for environmental monitoring. The key reason for the Sample Pro's growing popularity is that its no- tool, twist-apart design for simple cleaning makes it easy to comply with the latest ...

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