DEEP WELL ANODE ABANDONMENT
At the end of service life, deep well anodes systems must be “abandoned” depending on the area of the country and the local regulations. Abandoning the well can include the removal of electrical wires, excavation to the concrete seal and installing a secondary concrete seal to prevent surface water from migrating into the well and the groundwater.
We are a recognized expert in this procedure and have abandoned hundreds of anode wells over the years. We work in compliance with local water agencies or other regulating bodies to ensure your deep well is properly and legally abandoned.
Once again, we own our own equipment for this effort and our personnel are trained to provide the quickest and most cost effective solution.