Author Archive: GeoEditor

Borewell Deepening

Recently, my office decided to go deeper in search of groundwater. This is in Coimbatore and the existing borewell had been yielding water at 200 feet. Now the water table has fallen and they had to go down to 436 feet. Excessive drawdown, lack of rains, and overall poor water management has contributed to this.

Here are a few images of the drilling work:


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