Ipolera roads bores, bore completion report rn 16879,16880 & 16881.
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Technical Report WRD96078 Viewed at 15:07:17 on 29/07/2010 Page 41 of 49. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FINISHING, OPERATING AND PROTECTING GROONDWATER BORES .;ttention the follm,.,ing points '...rill ensure a long fu"ld safe life for t.he bore supply and helf) prevent pollution of the groundT,vater resource. , Construct a concrete apron aroun.d the bore head to su~Eace flow, seepage and waste from entering the bore~ prevent 2. 3 . 4. 5. 6 . Seal the space between the casing and PQ~P equipment to prever-~ entry of vermin; dirt. and pollutants. Main~ain pumping equiprne~t in good order to prevent pollution. Prevent spillage of fuel a .. nd oil on the ground arour..d the bore. Store fer~iliser a~d other ch~uicals at least SO m away_ Keep stock av-lay from the bore head. Discourage domestic acti"v"ityat: the ;:'ore. The first tap on tr.l.e pipeline should not be less th~~ 5 ID from the bore head. Pumping the bore a higher than recoItL1llended :=:-ates may fork the bore leading to ins~ability or ~ump maintenance probl~~s. Seek the professional advice of an hydrogeologist or groundwat.er engineer. If the bore is no longer required, the casing is to be r~uoved or securely capped and the bore backfilled y.;ith clayey material. A cement plug may be required in some inst~~ces. IN ADDITION, please ensure that the 30P~ ID~~I?ICATION TAG is retained securely at all times. The registered bore number is Water Resources Division's only reference to the scientific ar-d engineering data on this bore, and hence important to NR.Dls further advice to bor e ow-ner s . BORS LOCATION MAP I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
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