This one-day course will help you better understand the challenges and risks of operating a wellfield, and how to establish a framework for smart strategic planning and management that will significantly increase asset reliability and reduce operating costs.
Groundwater-based water supplies and other well arrays represent valuable infrastructure assets, but as they are necessarily exposed to the natural environment, they are prone to deterioration over time. Wellfields also must be hydrologically sustainable — operating within hydrogeologic constraints.
Such infrastructure cannot manage itself — and without proper planning and action, disruptions can (and often do) occur. However, with foresight, planning, and ongoing maintenance, wells and well systems can continue with good performance indefinitely.
During this course, you will learn about:
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East Nationwide Blvd.Columbus, Ohio 43215614 461.4100877 388.4462
Accommodations: NGWA has secured a limited block of rooms on a first come, first served basis at the group rate of $129 per night single/double occupancy (valet parking included and there is free Internet access). This rate applies to the NGWA room block and is valid until the May 19, 2013 cutoff, unless our block fills before that date. When making your reservations, be sure to mention you are attending this NGWA event. Remember, you are responsible for securing your own reservations. For guest check-in and checkout times, please contact the hotel directly.
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