With regard to borehole water supplies in Finham they are drawn from an aquifer which is protected by a substantial layer of impermeable mudstone which protects the aquifer from surface contaminants.
What does BW stand for?
BW stands for Borehole Water (drilling industry)
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Pedrollo has over 350 different pump models, including peripheral water pumps, centrifugal water pumps, self-priming water pumps, borehole water pumps and submersible water pumps.
Any convective processes in the borehole water are disregarded.
Borehole water is used for irrigation to planting around the building and on the roof terraces, and is held in a storage tank at the head of the lift shaft.
We hauled it into place, fitted bracing and ties and filled it, gradually, from the borehole water supply.
To avoid milk contamination, Fforest Farm's borehole water is already tested, costing around pounds 80-pounds 90-a-year.
Byline: Anna Hassapi THE WATER Development Department yesterday defended its decision to increase subsidies for drilling boreholes despite the drought, arguing that using borehole water to supply gardens, swimming pools and toilets saved valuable drinking water.
Day-to-day illnesses for locals include diarrhea, malaria and guinea worm disease, due to sometimes drinking borehole water.