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Well logging in open boreholes and wells for groundwater exploration and monitoring ++ PDF file++
This Standard W 110 applies to the design and execution of geophysical measurements in boreholes for groundwater exploration and abstraction in unconsolidated and consolidated rock, including well and groundwater monitoring point surveys.
Removal of arsenic, nickel and uranium during water treatment ++ PDF file ++
This Code of Practice W 249 applies to the central treatment of water into drinking water in terms of reducing the concentrations of arsenic, nickel and uranium.
Technical Rules Water Treatment (TRWT) – Planning, Construction, Operation and Maintenance of Drinking Water Treatment Plants ++ PDF file ++
This code of practice W 202 describes the most important principles of drinking water treatment that need to be taken into account to ensure that aesthetically and hygienically sound drinking water can be made available to consumers at all times.
Closing-off Structures for Water Abstraction Wells ++ PDF file ++
This Code of Practice W 122 applies to closing- off structures of wells used for ground water production and reinjection for the purpose of drinking water and service water abstraction. It can analogously also be applied to the thermal utilisation of groundwater wells.
Filtration methods for particle removal; Part 1: Basic concepts and principles ++ PDF file ++
This Code of Practice W 213-1 applies to the removal of particles in direct water treatment to produce drinking water in the public water supply. The emphasis is on the separation of particles during the treatment of waters, where hydrological Events have an effect on the particle content, in particular during the treatment of river, lake, dam, spring, karst and fissure waters.
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