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Category: Energy

Could aquifers beneath your site support a large scale open-loop Ground Source Heat Pump? The challenge The government roadmap for achieving national targets of 15% renewable…
The government roadmap for achieving national targets of 15% renewable energy by 2020 implies that about 6% of this target will be from non-domestic ground source heat pump installations. This corresponds to a 30-fold increase in installed capacity of hea… https://www.wskep.net/waterr2b/sectors/energy/ground-source-heat/


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Groundwater information to support shale gas development The challenge Exploitation of shale gas in the UK could have economic benefits, but before granting a permit the…
Exploitation of shale gas in the UK could have economic benefits, but before granting a permit the relevant regulatory authorities (e.g. the Environment Agency, Natural Resources Wales etc) needs to be satisfied that the activity will not cause pollution … https://www.wskep.net/waterr2b/sectors/energy/shale-gas-development/


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Category: Planning and Construction

How can the risks of groundwater flooding be reduced? The challenge An estimated 1.6 million properties are at risk of groundwater flooding in England and Wales, and the…
An estimated 1.6 million properties are at risk of groundwater flooding in England and Wales, and the resulting expense to people and businesses can be very significant. Following the EU Floods Directive in 2008, an assessment of the risk of groundwater… https://www.wskep.net/waterr2b/sectors/planning-construction/groundwater-flooding/


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How can we tell if shale gas exploitation will increase methane in groundwater? The challenge Evidence from the USA has shown high methane concentrations in some aquifers where…
Evidence from the USA has shown high methane concentrations in some aquifers where shales are being commercially exploited for gas, raising the concern that hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is responsible. However, high-methane groundwater can also occur … https://www.wskep.net/waterr2b/sectors/energy/shale-gas-methane/


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Category: Health and Emergency Services

In many parts of the world groundwater is used for drinking, cooking and irrigating crops, and the level of arsenic it contains is a major health risk. Continual exposure to high concentrations of arsenic in water can result in people developing cancers, … https://www.wskep.net/waterr2b/sectors/health-emergency/groundwater-arsenic/


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