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Survey of Ground-Water Reinjection Experience in Air Conditioning
Charles H. Lee
Midwest Research Institute
425 Volker Boulevard
Kansas City, MO 64110
The objective is to conduct a nation-wide survey of ground-water
reinjection experience in air conditioning applications. Midwest Research
Institute (MRI) has conducted a survey of air conditioning operations that use
ground-water reinjection. Basically, the work consisted of three tasks: site
identification, documentation of selected sites, and analysis of site data.
The site identification task involved identifying sites across the United
States where ground water is used for air conditioning operations and then is
reinjected. Selection of sites was based on availability of information and
geographic location. The sites chosen for documentation were representative
of reinjection sites in different geographic locations and hydrogeologic envi-
ronments. The second task involved documentation of the sites. Documentation
of each site consisted of three parts: well system design, operational perfor-
mance history, and an analysis of the reinjection experience. The third task,
data analysis, involved the identification of real and potential problems with
the reinjection operations of each site.
The results of the study will be contained in MRI's final report, which
will be submitted to PNL in September 1980.
Regional Aquifer Assessment Study
Century West Engineering
North 1010 Washington
Spokane, WA 99201
The objective of this study is to quantitatively describe the ATES poten-
tial of major aquifers throughout the United States. Century West Engineering
has collected existing hydrogeological information for major aquifers through-
out the United States. This information has been used to characterize each
DATE ISSUED: SUPERSEDES PNL-3471 SECTION 3.5
Auaust 1980 ISSUE DATED: New PAGE 5
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