Friday, April 9, 2010

Waste Water Management

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  1. Wells that are artesian must have a valve on the cap. If not, the pressure from the underground water causes an uncontrollable water discharge. The discharge might initially reach a maximum of 5 liters per second. Due to debris and pebbles clogging the pipelines, the subsurface water pressure weakens and the discharge rate diminishes over time. According to Lisa, Pasuruan's wells frequently have shoddy construction. The lower wall is susceptible to collapsing and bursting because the pipe is positioned in a hanging position and does not go all the way to the bottom of the well. Farmers there often drill a new well after using an existing one for two or three years, which accounts for the proliferation of the 600+ wells and counting.

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