bore water

bore water

water accumulated in aquifers below the earth's surface but available for farm use by sinking a bore pipe into the aquifer. May discharge to the surface (artesian bore) or need to be pumped to the surface (subartesian bore).
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Submersible bore water supply tubewell bore upto 350 feet water level & 3 BHP single phase submersible motor& pump at 66 kV S/Stn.
As per the estimation of fluoride done by TWAD, it was found that bore water with hand pump had the highest fluoride content of 6.
Use of public water supply as a determinant of disease is one of the findings in our study and same is reflected in a cross sectional study done for geo-mapping of the typhoid and malaria cases in Pakistan11 where they found the disease to be less prevalent in people using bottled or bore water.
89), described the detrimental effects of GAB bore water on soil that was irrigated with it: '.
In one case study, researchers found a South Australian copper concentrate-producing company could reduce its bore water consumption by 260 tonnes per hour by recycling saline water from processing.
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We ask people to provide us with an analysis of their bore water and then take it from there.
Among the substances tested, chlorine, Virkon S and Virkon S for Aquaculture (virucidal disinfectants, Antec International Limited, Suffolk, UK), bore water and stored rainwater were found to significantly affect larval development at practically/commercially-relevant concentrations.
I know if I was in the position down South I would look into water storage and also look into bore water as there must be plenty of it underground.
5, commonly found in bore water (tertiary aquifers 1 and 2) currently used (Stevens et al.
During the drought the tanks were almost dry and we were forced to use bore water for everything but drinking.