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Contract notice: remediation of groundwater monitoring wells and deep wells.
On May 30, 2012, after detecting high conductivity in a third monitoring well for the first time and in a nearby spring, EQT reported to the department that the impoundment was leaking.
But just to be sure, the engineer recommended that the town place two additional monitoring wells farther from the landfill, at the wetland areas.
They will fly in to 12 remote sites from last summer's work and install some hand-augered monitoring wells and diffusion samplers to obtain gas samples and to determine where it's coming from.
Monitoring wells at the site will be constructed this spring to collect water samples during the next two years.
In Indiana, where most electricity comes from coal, utilities are allowed to "dump directly into groundwater, but the monitoring wells are thousands of feet away," says Brian Wright, coal policy associate for the Hoosier Environmental Council, which has tracked the issue for more than a decade.
Monitoring wells were placed at the site and the responsible party indemnified our client and our lender.
Currently, analysts hunting for pollutants migrating from toxic-chemical sites filter water drawn from monitoring wells to eliminate any particles too large to be transported great distances in water.