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For #dewatering nurds like myself. It doesn’t get much better than a #Chalk pumping test in the summertime in England.
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All go installing external #Chalk #Dewatering wells and internal pressure relief wells for the Paull Reception Shaft on @nationalgriduk Feeder 9 Replacement Humber Pipeline Project for @SkanskaUKplc
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Undertaking a pump test as part of Site Investigation for basement development at Canary Wharf London #Dewatering. Glorious weather.
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Enjoying the sunshine whilst installing of a permanent wellpoint water abstraction system for irrigation supply in North Norfolk.
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We offer materials & products used in borehole & well installations to the site investigation & drilling Industry, next day delivery.
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Its always the most existing part of a #Dewatering job - switching the pumps on and waiting for the #Groundwater to come through the v-notch tank
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There have been some recent changes in EA policy for abstraction and discharge of groundwater that affects Construction #Dewatering operations. For more information please click our link http://bit.ly/2EjmVhQ
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Its always a bit tricky installing wellpoints inside a building, but it makes a change and keeps us out of the rain! #Dewatering
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Drilling continues on the pressure relief wells here at Hinkley Point C.
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In 2017, F.A.I.T.H (For Animals In Trouble there’s Hope) www.faithanimalrescue.co.uk a family run animal rescue centre based in Hickling, Norfolk contacted Stuart Well Services in a state of desperation. Their old water supply well located at the property installed during the 1970’s was producing poor quality water with high sand content.

There remote rural location meant a huge expense to connect to the local water authority mains supply. However, the only other option to them was a new water supply well and associated groundwater treatment system.

After careful consideration, a solution was engineered. A pump house within which the newly installed water supply well together with a groundwater treatment system for pH, iron and manganese, nitrates and various harmful bacteria, providing a potable water supply to both the house and animal reserve has been successfully installed and commissioned.
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