Wells are plugged if they can no longer be regenerated to an acceptable quality, if it is no longer economically viable to maintain the well, or if the water is of an undesirable quality (for example salty or brackish).
A well cannot just be abandoned, but must be correctly plugged according to a fixed protocol. The pump, the piping and the electrical installation must be removed. This is done using the drilling report, in which all ground layers are detailed. All these ground layers are then restored.
Our staff have extensive experience in plugging wells for drinking water companies. Please contact us to learn more.