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Aquifer Protection Permit

The mining industry understands the benefits of sustainability — minimizing environmental impacts, maintaining regulatory compliance, and achieving optimal performance. They stake their reputation on it. BHP Copper Inc. (formerly Magma Copper Company) operates an open pit copper mining and concentrating operation in Pinto Creek, near Miami, Arizona. An assessment was conducted to characterize the hydrogeologic …

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Monitoring Wells for MAR

Hargis + Associates, Inc. is currently providing hydrogeologic consulting services to the Mojave Water Agency (MWA) for the Oeste Demonstration Recharge. The MWA is responsible for water resource management for approximately 4,900 square miles of the High Desert in San Bernardino County. The region is largely dependent on groundwater supply, and groundwater basins within the …

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Groundwater Assessment and Flow Modeling

Stakeholders need a clear understanding of the potential impacts on the surrounding natural resources, including groundwater and surface water resources before moving forward with a major infrastructure project. Groundwater modeling provides the necessary data to inform decisions regarding supply and storage, impact assessments, engineering, permitting, and groundwater stability. When an energy company proposed a large-scale …

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Strategic Replacement Of Water Production Wells

Hargis is currently providing hydrogeologic consulting services to the San Carlos Irrigation and Drainage District for the strategic replacement of poorly-producing and/or damaged irrigation wells. Replacement wells have been deemed necessary so that the SCIDD can continue to satisfy its water demand largely with groundwater as the future availability of Central Arizona Project water diminishes. …

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