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While most pond owners aim to reduce seepage by installing an impermeable liner, there is a natural function to the effect.
Every gallon lost from a groundwater storage pond represents wasted energy and a reduced volume available for irrigation or drinking water.
Groundwater is defined as any water that manages to slip through the pores between particles of soil, sand, and rock and gather below the surface.
On the opposite end of the water storage spectrum, groundwater is often pumped during periods of high volume and stored for future use.
Finding opportunities to reuse the processed groundwater, produced by mining and drilling, prevents environmental damage while saving money.
Failed, or leaking, groundwater lagoons aren’t necessarily beyond repair.
Durable and flexible liners made from a high-quality polymer work best for groundwater storage lagoons and ponds of all kinds.
If you’re looking for standards from the EPA regarding groundwater and wastewater storage, you’ll need to determine whether you’re building a lagoon or a pond.
The mining industry builds some of the largest and most complex groundwater storage lagoons of all.
Power generation plants, natural gas extraction sites and hydraulic fracturing all require groundwater for cooling or processing.