Municipal Affairs and Environment

Water Well Workshops

Water Well Workshop

St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

April 7, 2009

This workshop was designed to provide a unique gathering of all those directly involved in the water well construction industry. The workshop provides industry personnel with the latest information and support necessary to enhance the public image and create an awareness of the importance of groundwater resources in this Province. This renewable resource is beneath all of us and provides potable water to 30% of the Province’s population. Government relies on the well construction industry to help enhance, protect, and manage our vital groundwater resources so that it can be enjoyed for generations to come.

Activities of the Groundwater Section PDF (654 KB) - Keith Guzzwell, Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment, Water Resources Management Division

Water Well Drilling/Geothermal Technician Training Programs PDF (198 KB) - Sharron McLennon, College of the North Atlantic

Drilled Water Well Records: A Review PDF (627 KB) - Eric Watton, Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment, Water Resources Management Division

Well Pump Installation PDF (729 KB) - Paul Chaffe - Flotech Enterprises Ltd

Occupational Health and Safety Division PDF (1.2 MB) - Darren Kavli, Department of Government Services

What does Global Warming Have to do With Well Drillers PDF (3.7 MB) - Ed Lorentz, GeoXergy Systems Inc.

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