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Main Title Effect of Storm Runoff Disposal and Other Artificial Recharge to Hawaiian Ghyben-Herzberg Aquifers.
Author Peterso, Frank L. ; Hargi, David R. ;
CORP Author Hawaii Univ., Honolulu. Water Resources Research Center.
Year Published 1971
Report Number TR-54; DI-14-31-0001-3211; OWRR-A-028-HI; 12101,; A-028-HI(1)
Stock Number PB-211 155
Additional Subjects ( Hawaii ; Ground water recharge) ; ( Injection wells ; Ground water recharge) ; ( Surface water runoff ; Ground water recharge) ; ( Waste disposal ; Ground water recharge) ; Water quality ; Aquifers ; Hydrology ; Plugging ; Irrigation ; Industrial wastes ; Sewage ; Storm water runoff ; Artificial recharge ; Liquid waste disposal ; Sewage treatment effluent ; Kahului(Maui)
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NTIS  PB-211 155 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 58p
Abstract
In 1970 the Kahului Development Company began construction of a collecting basin and four deep injection wells for the disposal of storm runoff from a residential development in Kahului, Maui. This presented a unique opportunity to evaluate the suitability of the site for artificial recharge and to study the possible effects recharge of storm runoff might have on the local ground-water body, both from a water quality and a hydraulic standpoint. The report discusses such tests. The most serious potential water quality problem may be a reduction in injection efficiency owing to possible well clogging by heavy sediment loads. The general water quality effects of injecting storm runoff into the ground-water body will be to decrease the dissolved solids concentration of the ground water in the vicinity of the wells.