|Other titles||Determination of treatment and source control for UIC wells in Washington State., Guidance for underground injection control wells that manage stormwater.|
|Statement||prepared by Washington State Department of Ecology, Water Quality Program.|
|Series||Publication -- no. 05-10-067., Publication (Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology) -- no. 05-10-067.|
|Contributions||Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology. Water Quality Program., Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
UIC wells used for flow control are required to have solids removed prior to discharge. Pre-treatment for solids removal must be designed, constructed, operated and maintained in accordance with an Ecology stormwater manual or an equivalent Guidance for UIC Wells that Manage Stormwater. Read EPA's Class V Underground Injection Control Study to learn more about stormwater drainage wells. In , EPA completed a study of Class V wells to develop background information for use by the Agency to evaluate the risks to underground sources of drinking water (USDWs) posed by Class V wells. Department of Environmental Quality / Water Quality / Water Quality Permits / UIC Fact Sheets and Guidance UIC Fact Sheets and Guidance Menu 1 Ecology's UIC guidelines, as found in Guidance for UIC wells that manage stormwater (Ecology ), provides information on provides information on what is classified as a UIC, provides design information that must be followed for UIC installation, and provides information on requirements to meet the Non-endangerment Standard.
EPA Region 5 Guidance for Deep Injection Wells. The EPA Region 5 UIC Branch has prepared guidance documents to help injection well owners and operators comply with the UIC regulations and conditions of their permits. EPA headquarters UIC program has also made information useful to operators available. Washington Guidance for UIC Wells that Manage Stormwater; Agricultural Drainage Wells—5H2. Class V UIC Study, Vol.2; Fact Sheet; Special Drainage Wells—5H3. Class V UIC Study, Vol. 14; Fact Sheet; Mine Backfill and Drainage Wells—5I Mining, Sand or Other Backfill Wells. Class V UIC Study, Vol; Fact Sheet; Waste Discharge Wells—5J. Guidance Document – Groundwater Remediation. Revised 5/17 Nevada UIC Permit – Guidance Document for Groundwater Remediation Page 3 of 7. Injection wells usedin experimentaltechnologies. 3. Class 5 wells do not include wells used for air sparging, Dual Phase Extraction (DPE), or Soil Vapor Extraction (SVE).File Size: 94KB. UIC wells that were constructed before February 3, , have different requirements than wells constructed on or after the revised rule became effective. Existing UIC wells are grandfathered in with respect to the rules that became effective on February 3, A well assessment must be completed to determine if any of the existing UIC wells.
NV UIC Guidance – Operations and Maintenance Manuals for Geothermal Projects – May D. General Project Water Flow Operations – 1) Topographic map showing production, injection and observation well locations, all pipelines from production wells to plant, and from plant to injection wells, include injection pump and valve locations. For other injection well types, contact UIC Program staff at Illegal Injection Wells. Waste disposal via any excavation that is deeper than its greatest surface constitutes illegal injection. The only exception to this is wells used for injection of treated groundwater as part of a closed-loop groundwater remediation : • Significant volumes of stormwater could be conveyed to the subsurface via deep UIC wells. Associated Earth Sciences, Inc. • Deep infiltration has the potential to reduce erosive surface water discharge into Venema Creek, improve water . Book 4 – Stormwater Facility Operations and Maintenance Book 4 contains minimum standards for maintaining stormwater facilities on private and public land in Clark County and basic guidance on maintenance frequency and techniques.