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Pouring Water at Underground

08/19/2017 5:02 AM

Want to pouring ETP water at underground. It may be 130 feet depth from the ground label. What is the arrangement is required and which equipment are required. Also if get youtube link will be better.

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Re: Pouring water at underground

08/19/2017 5:08 AM

Is this a question about what equipment is needed to draw water from a well that is 130 feet deep?

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08/19/2017 8:14 AM

No, I think he wants to discharge waste water from EPT (Effluent Treatment Plant).

Things needed :

1. Proper permits to discharge waste water.

2. Monitoring procedure and equipment to verify waste stream is suitable to release underground.

3. Piping to get waste stream to discharge point.

4. Most important item of all - 130 foot deep hole.

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08/21/2017 6:06 PM

Ah, thanks for clarifying the TLA.

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08/19/2017 4:21 PM

Are you talking about dumping post treated effluent water into a hole? What is the purpose? ...or are you talking about an injection well?, although 130' seems woefully inadequate....What is the source of this wastewater, and what is the post treatment condition? Why are you wanting to do this?

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08/20/2017 5:15 AM

Asking this forum will only lead you astray.

At best, you will develop a list of the other questions that you will need answered before the question that you seem to have posed can be responded to can be addressed.

There are multiple issues you will need to deal with even if you have the legal right to do this.

The geology of the material at 130' deep will need to be well understood, the quality of liquid you wish to discharge will be critical, as solid matter will very quickly clog even the most porous material. You will also need significant information on how the liquid will flow through that level compared to what is already there.

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08/20/2017 7:20 PM

"...Asking this forum will only lead you astray...."

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It would seem that by specifying 'only', in 'only lead you astray', you intend to include your own comment.

...which leads to a paradox.

If your advice belongs to the set of interaction that only leads astray, and yet it contains a specific warning about being lead astray, if it is truthful it isn't truthful but if it is dishonest then it actually is mistleadjng and infact wouldn't be dishonest.

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So, if I were to inquire whether or not your initial intent was to deceive, what would you tell me if you were trying to lead me astray?

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08/21/2017 3:11 AM

Looks like you got me on that one.

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