Questions of the week of 02/17/19

(Paul Lesieur, CMI) #1

Welcome to another round of Questions of The Week!

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Questions of the week:**

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The questions**

**1. Which statement is false? **

a. A sandpoint well can be installed almost anywhere on a property
b. A sandpoint well is easily contaminated.
c. Sandpoint wells are easier to install than water wells
d. Sandpoint wells are more difficult to install than water wells
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2. Which of these are not used for potable water wells?**

a. Drilled well
b. Dug well
c. Driven well
d. Cased hydraulic well
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3. Hydrofracturing is used for**

a. Residential wells drilled in bedrock
b. Only for extracting oil in bearing soils/ rock
c. Preparation before drilling
d. Any drilling in mountainous areas
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4. Abandoned wells found during an inspection if reported must be **

a. Decommissioned per State guidelines
b. Decommissioned per Federal guidelines
c. Decommissioned per EPA guidelines
d. All of the above

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(Dave Fetty, CMI) #2

Good questions Paul, thanks for your time!

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(Tim Williams, CPI) #3
  1. B
  2. D
  3. A
  4. A

Thanks for the questions Paul!

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(Larry Kage, CMI) #4

Nice questions, Paul. :slight_smile:

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(Marc A. Goldenberg, Inspector Lic # HI1365 Mold Assessor Lic #) #5

Yea Paul! :smiley:

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(Marcel Gratton, CMI) #6

1-d
2-d
3-c
4-c

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(Steve Nadeau) #7
  1. D
  2. D
  3. A
  4. A
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(Paul Lesieur, CMI) #8

Congratulations Steve!

Claim your books.

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(Larry Kage, CMI) #9

Congratulations, Steve! :slight_smile:

And thank you, Paul, for doing the questions. :smiley:

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(John Olson) #10

Good job Steve. Thanks Paul, learned something today.

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(Paul Lesieur, CMI) #11

Me too!

I just did a 203K which is changing from a sandpoint well to aqua. Since I’m the consultant I did a quick study on wells so I would at least be able to discuss the work. Hence the well questions.

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(Steve Nadeau) #12

Wow! Thanks!

I learned a thing or two about wells building customs in the Rockies, and I learned even more from researching your questions!

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(William Forrest, CMI) #13

Congratulations Steve!

Thanks Paul for the questions.

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(Paul Lesieur, CMI) #14

My pleasure.

I learn a lot from QOTW. I answer the questions when the other committee members put them out there. After a while a guy can sound like he’s pretty smart, even if he isn’t. That’s how I roll. :smiley:

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(Dave Fetty, CMI) #15

Congratulations Steve, thanks for your time Paul!

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