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Wellhead Protection

Darla Sue Crum

Wellhead Protection

Potential Pollution Source Inventory and Public Education Committee formation

by Darla Sue Crum

  • 12 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Well Head Protection Program,
  • Water-supply -- Management,
  • Groundwater -- Environmental aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Darla Sue Crum
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 98 leaves ;
    Number of Pages98
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16858248M

    A gas lift injects gas into the well flow. The downhole reservoir pressure to the wellhead falls off, due to the counter pressure from weight of the oil column in the tubing. Thus, a MPa reservoir pressure at 1, meters will fall to zero in the wellhead if the specific gravity is kg/m 2 ( times water). By injecting gas into this. Wellhead is a general term used to describe the pressure-containing component at the surface of an oil well that provides the interface for drilling, completion, and testing of all subsea operation phases. From: Subsea Engineering Handbook (Second Edition), .


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Areas of Emphasis Wellhead Protection Plan Wellhead Protection Plan» The Spokane Aquifer Joint Board developed a comprehensive wellhead protection plan that includes a technical characterization and assessment of the hydrogeologic setting of the Spokane Aquifer and provides the basis for wellhead Wellhead Protection book areas.

The wellhead protection areas serve as the foundation of the. Wellhead Protection Program Recognizing that the best way to maintain high quality drinking water is to prevent contaminants from reaching drinking water sources, in the Safe Drinking Water Act was amended to require states to develop Wellhead Protection Programs.

The Wellhead Protection Program in the amendments to Wellhead Protection book Safe Drinking Water Act requires states to protect underground Wellhead Protection book of drinking water from contaminants that may adversely affect human health. More than one-third of the people in the United States depend on groundwater for drinking water.: 1 However, residential, municipal, commercial, industrial, and agricultural activities.

Get this from a library. A guide to wellhead protection. [Jonathan Douglas Witten; Scott W Horsely; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water.]. In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S.

Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation.

Wellhead protection activities continue to increase in the Commonwealth. While there has not been a concerted effort to graduate from assessing a public water supply’s contamination susceptibility to implementing measurable protection activities, there continues to be interest Wellhead Protection book the local level in developing strategies to protect community water system sources.

Wellhead Protection Ordinance was implemented to protect and safeguard the health, safety, and welfare of the residents and visitors of Pinellas County by providing criteria for regulating certain substances that may impair present and future public potable water supply wells and wellfields.

It prohibits or restricts all non-residential. Get this from a library. Wellhead protection: a guide for small communities. [Eastern Research Group, Inc.,; United States. Environmental Protection Agency,].

The pesticide groundwater protection regulations ONLY apply to public drinking water wells that pump greater thangallons of water per day (gpd).

The primary recharge area is designated as a Zone II or an Interim Wellhead Protection Area (IWPA) by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).File Size: KB. The Wellhead Protection Guidebook—Introduction, Page 2 Wellhead protection is an investment in the future of your community.

Your community can take a proactive step toward reducing the likelihood that your community’s wells will become contaminated. Developing a local WHP program allows your community to put its own decisions into Size: 1MB.

Page 1 Wellhead Protection Program Guidance Document Executive Summary Overview The Safe Drinking Water Act requires every state to develop a wellhead protection program.

The state Department of Health (DOH) administers the wellhead protection program in Washington. Most public water supply wells are located in or near communities. A wellhead protection area is a surface and subsurface land area regulated to prevent contamination of a well or well-field supplying a public water program, established under the Safe Drinking Water Act (42 U.S.C.

fj), is implemented through state governments. Wellhead Protection Area. The area under which groundwater flows to a producing well is known as the Wellhead Protection Area (WHPA).

For bedrock wells, the WHPA is a circle whose radius depends on the maximum daily amount of water withdrawn from the well. SUMMARY OF PENNSYLVANIA’S WELLHEAD PROTECTION PROGRAM FOR DRINKING WATER SOURCE PROTECTION UNDER THE SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT AMENDMENTS.

Wellhead protection (WHP) is defined in Section of the SDWA as a comprehensive program to protect wellhead protection areas (WHPA) from man- induced contaminants which have an adverse. Staff in the Wellhead Protection Section regulate the construction of private water wells (this includes domestic and multi-family wells), irrigation wells, monitoring wells and heat pump wells.

In addition, we regulate how to properly plug all types of wells. The Wellhead Protection requirements apply to irrigation, domestic, municipal, monitoring, abandoned, and dry or drainage wells.

Well owners can protect wellheads by: Siting the well so that surface water runoff does not contact or collect around any part of the wellhead including the. Medina is a community united by a common goal: to sustain and enhance the quality of life of its residents.

Medina will protect its significant natural resources and open space throughout the City, while honoring its rural heritage and fostering safe and well-designed neighborhoods, places of recreation and destinations for citizens to gather.

Ground Water and Wellhead Protection, Handbook [U.S. Environmental Protection Agency] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was introduced on December 2, by President Richard Nixon. The agency is charged with protecting human health and the environment. The Wellhead Protection Guidebook—Introduction, Page 2 Wellhead protection is an investment in the future of your community.

Your community can take a proactive step toward reducing the likelihood that your community’s wells will become contaminated. Developing a local WHP program allows your community to put its own decisions into action.

water systems can complete the Wellhead Protection Plan Template, beginning on Page 5. Step by Step instructions for completing your plan can be found in the Instruction Book. Getting help Wellhead protection may seem like a daunting task, especially if potential contamination. The Wellhead Protection Program is a pollution prevention and management program used to protect underground based sources of drinking water.

The federal Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), as amended inestablished a program for the states to delineate and manage Wellhead Protection Areas (WHPAs) for protection of ground water supplies from contamination. Wellhead Protection Program In late the Hamilton County Drainage Board requested the Surveyors Office to form a Task Force to study the County's needs in the area of Wellhead Protection.

A fifteen member task force was created which represented all cities and towns and water suppliers, both public and private, within the County. Wellhead Protection Connecticut’s Wellhead Protection Program, approved by EPA in Marchis comprised of other state programs which have been in place for several years including: Groundwater Classification and Standards System, Water Supply Plans, and Public Health Code.

A major new initiative is the Aquifer Protection Area (APA) Program, a. the default wellhead protection area is a ft radius circle, centered on your wellhead. If you have multiple active wellheads, multiple wellhead protection areas will apply.

In some cases, these areas will overlap. You may find it easier to complete Part 2 (Potential Sources of Contamination), and Part 3 (The Map) concurrently.

Wellhead Protection: A Guide for Arizona Communities May Prepared by wellhead protection, the State will allow public water systems to substitute a Comprehensive Wellhead Protection Program for the waiver application process. For required monitoring to Source Water Protection (SWP) has become a national priority under the EPA//R/ September Handbook Ground Water and Wellhead Protection U S Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development Office of Science, Planning and Regulatory Evaluation Center for Environmental Research Information 26 West Martin Luther King Drive Cincinnati, OH Office of Water Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water Ground Water.

These zones, denoted as Wellhead Protection Areas (WHPA's), are defined in the SDWA as "the surface and subsurface area surrounding a water well or wellfield, supplying a public water system, through which contaminants are reasonably likely to move toward and reach such water well or wellfield." Hence, the law establishes the concept of.

The Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of established requirements for states to develop Wellhead Protection Programs (WHPPs). A WHPP is a pollution prevention and management program used to protect underground sources of drinking water.

These programs were intended by Congress to be a key part of a national groundwater protection strategy to prevent contamination of groundwaters that Phone: () Wellhead Protection Plan, Unit Well 17 ES-2 August Programs and activities to be used by the City of Madison and others for WHPA management around Unit Well 17 are grouped into five principal categories: 1.

Existing Programs. Clean Sweep Collection Program b. On-site waste disposal system maintenance c. Well abandonment d. a wellhead protection area.

A wellhead is the physical structure of the well above ground. wellhead protection area is the area around the wellhead where land use activities have the potential to affect the quality of water that flows into the well. Your local drinking water source Size: KB. CHAPTER NO. 6 WELLHEAD PROTECTION INTRODUCTION The City of Lacey relies on multiple groundwater sources to provide a safe and reliable potable water supply for its growing community (Figure ).

The City is committed to protecting the environment and preventing groundwater contamination through a proactive wellhead protection program. Wellhead Protection Plan, Unit Well 16 ES-1 February EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.

This report is a Wellhead Protection Plan (WHPP) for City of Madison Unit Well The primary purposes of this WHPP are to define the wellhead protection area (WHPA) for Unit Well 16 and establish specific criteria for protection of Unit Well 16 and groundwater.

Nebraska’s Wellhead Protection (WHP) Program is a voluntary program which assists communities and other public water suppliers in preventing contamination of their water supplies. The Nebraska Legislature passed LB in (Neb. Rev. Stat. § – ) *. Guardian Wellhead Protection & Rentals In an industry where things are rarely simple, the concept and execution of wellhead isolation is, simply put, the most logical, cost-effective, and safest method for protecting your wellhead during high pressure stimulation Size: KB.

SECTION II DELINEATION OF WELLHEAD PROTECTION AREAS (WHPAs) Introduction: Subsection (e) of the Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of identify a 'Wellhead Protection Area', or WHPA (pronounced wa'puh) as: "the surface and subsurface area surrounding a well or well field, supplying a public water system, through which contaminants are reasonably likely to move toward.

* For more information, click on the located throughout the page. Goshen's Wellhead Protection Program. The Goshen Water Department has a Wellhead Protection Program meeting the Federal requirements of Section of the Safe Drinking Water Act and the requirements established in the State of Indiana Codes and Wellhead Protection is a strategy designed to protect public drinking water supplies by managing the land surface around a well where activities might affect the quality of the water.

The Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of requires each state to develop Wellhead Protection Programs. Shield WellHead Protection and Oil Field Services. 1, likes 1 talking about this. Shield Wellhead protection specializes in WellHead safety in the oil, gas and water well industry.

Protecting Followers: K. A Guide to Wellhead Protection. by Jon Witten and Scott Horsley (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — — $ Author: Jon Witten and Scott Horsley. GUIDE TO WELLHEAD PROTECTION This guide is for people living and working near a public water supply well and within its wellhead protection area.

A wellhead protection area is the land area surrounding a well that can range a few hundred feet from the well to more than a mile. A wellhead protection area can include a few dozen.

Wellhead Protection Area Management is the next step communities should take after developing a wellhead protection plan that has been formally approved by the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality. In order for a management program to be successful, it.

New England State Departments and Staff Managing Wellhead Protection Programs. Robert Hust (@) CT Department of Environmental Protection Exit Bureau of Water Management 79 Elm Street Hartford, CT ph: () David Braley (@) ME Department of Human Services Exit.Also known as "Wellhead Protection" and "Drinking Water Source Protection," Ohio's Source Water Assessment and Protection (SWAP) program assists communities with protecting their sources of drinking water (streams, lakes and aquifers) from SWAP program addresses over 4, public water systems in Ohio and does not address private residential water systems.