Category Archives: Commercial Water Wells

Abstraction Licenses for Water

Water Well Abstraction Limit Any home owner can extract up to 20,000 litres (20m³) of water per day without any license. A modest size household uses approximately 1200 litres per day. More Than Enough Water for Your Home and Garden Where does the water come from – all this 20,000 litres? Here’s a typical well … Continue reading Abstraction Licenses for Water

Protecting Your Wellhead – From the Borehole Owner’s Maintenance Manual

The most visible portion of your drinking water system is the wellhead, the structure built over your borehole to protect its various parts. By protecting your wellhead, you will ensure the quality of your drinking water supply. Maintaining Your Well-head The well-head protects the well casing, which is the lining of the borehole, and the … Continue reading Protecting Your Wellhead – From the Borehole Owner’s Maintenance Manual

Water Borehole Drilling – A Turnkey Solution

A Turn Key Solution for Large Scale Water Borehole Projects We offer a turn-key solution which provides a complete package for the client. With information gained from your operations and processes, feasibility studies are undertaken to ascertain volumes used, current charges, and thus payback time on the investment in water borehole technology. With a detailed … Continue reading Water Borehole Drilling – A Turnkey Solution

Expansion at Waterseekers sees in new rig – The Comacchio 450p

Expansion at Waterseekers As the business grows, it has become clear that one area that was holding us back was the issue of accessibility. It’s alright having a nice big rig to undertake the largest boreholes in the most demanding of terrain, BUT … it does lock us out of some nice projects we would … Continue reading Expansion at Waterseekers sees in new rig – The Comacchio 450p

Waterseekers Revives Victorian Boating Lake

Waterseekers have struck water at Tyntesfield House. The Water Boreholes Two waterwells were drilled to a depth of 150m in the grounds of this  spectacular Victorian Gothic Revival house and estate near Wraxall. As a result of the water wells, the National Trust will be giving life again to a Victorian boating lake and supplying water to … Continue reading Waterseekers Revives Victorian Boating Lake

Rethinking Geothermal

Rygan Corporation’s ground-heat exchange system helps heat and cool a historic US landmark In 2010, the multinational consultancy and engineering company Amec Foster Wheeler faced a critical design challenge with one of its American clients, the National Park Service (NPS).The NPS is an agency of the US government that manages all of the country’s national … Continue reading Rethinking Geothermal

BARNSLEY FOOTBALL CLUB – November 2014

Waterseekers WDS Ltd (a waterwell drilling company) were contacted by the club to investigate the potential of abstracting water from a borehole for irrigation purposes. Initial survey suggested possible workings at various depths and a High possibility of Iron within the underlying Geology. Considering all there options the club decided to progress with the works. … Continue reading BARNSLEY FOOTBALL CLUB – November 2014

Hampshire – Water Borehole Drilling and Groundwater Maps

Groundwater Map – Hampshire As an installer of ground source heating and water boreholes, we find it interesting to look at water tables throughout the UK. This week we look at groundwater in Hampshire, UK. What are Groundwater Source Protection Zones? Groundwater provides a third of our drinking water in England and Wales, and it … Continue reading Hampshire – Water Borehole Drilling and Groundwater Maps

New Pitch & New Water Borehole for Sheffield United FC

Better Pitch & Better Water Supply Throughout the summer, Sheffield United hope to keep fans up-to-date with the progress of the new state-of-the-art turf and the new water borehole. ( See Borehole Drilling Rig above) Experts have begun work on both the installation of a Desso pitch and the installation of a water borehole to … Continue reading New Pitch & New Water Borehole for Sheffield United FC

Sheffield United F.C. Academy

Waterborehole Installation at Sheffield United Football Club Completed In our last News article of 4th June 2015, we talked about both the new waterwell ( waterborehole ) installation and the new pitch at the SUFC Blades Bramall Lane ground. (You can sneek a preview of Week 9 of the work undertaken.) Also…Waterborehole Installation at Sheffield … Continue reading Sheffield United F.C. Academy