M63, Aquifer Storage and Recovery provides a general understanding of the principles of aquifer storage and recovery (ASR). The manual discusses the concept, regulations as they are applied nationally and by state, basic design and development criteria, and presents results of an inventory of ASR well sites nationally. Both successful projects and ones that faced challenges are profiled. M63 provides management, operations, and engineering staff with an understanding of ASR to help them make decisions on investigations and installations when problems or the need to expand supplies arise, as well as enough background to improve response to problems and challenges. Chapters include: ac Groundwater Recharge and Storage Programs ac Regulatory Requirements ac Summary of ASR Programs in the United States ac Challenges for ASR Programs in the United States ac Planning and Construction of ASR Systems ac Operation and Performance Monitoring of ASR Wells ac Example ASR Programs in US ac ASR Versus Other Groundwater Recharge and Storage ProgramsThe PAD of water law establishes the right of a water user to use a specific amount of the statea#39;s water resources for a specific beneficial use or as associated with correlative land rights, such as in California, as stated in the water right by ruleanbsp;...
|Title||:||M63 Aquifer Storage and Recovery|
|Publisher||:||American Water Works Association - 2015-05-18|