The Art of Water Supply
Struggling with Developing Your Groundwater Supply?
To help demystify the acquisition and development of groundwater, DBS&A offers a short course, “The Art of Water Supply.” This is an introduction to the science, engineering, and other components involved in identifying, developing, and securing your future water supply. It is designed for managers and operators from municipalities, water districts, and public utilities who have questions like these:
- Our organization has water rights; how do we develop a water supply?
- Does my water supply project need to be so complicated?
- Do I need a new well, or can I get more from my existing wells?
- Do I fully understand the permit requirements and limitations?
- Management of Water Rights
- Groundwater Disputes and “Desired Future Conditions”
- Acquiring Water Rights
- State Regulatory Requirements
- NEPA Requirements
- 404 Permitting
Federal and State Funding
- EPA Revolving Loans
- State Supplemental
- Rural Assistance
- Well Efficiency
- Data Collection
- Well Rehabilitation
- Evaluating the Need for New Supply
- Well Site Selection
- Designing an Efficient Well
- Selecting a Drilling Contractor
- Importance of Project Oversight
- Infrastructure Design and Tie-ins
- Storage, Well Capacity, and Demand Considerations
- Treatment for Distribution or Aquifer Storage
- Automated Systems
The Art of Water Supply” is an introduction to the science, engineering, and other components involved in identifying, developing, and securing your future water supply.
|This interactive workshop will be presented by DBS&A water supply experts and enable you to gain valuable insight into the process of identifying, developing, and securing your water supply for the future.|
For more information, contact:
Paula Schuh, P.G.