Decommission Your Abandoned Wells with Apex Drilling

Decommission Your Abandoned Wells with Apex Drilling

Decommission Your Abandoned Wells with Apex Drilling

With more than 50 years of experience in the groundwater industry, Apex Drilling is a family-owned business providing services for the Southern Idaho Magic Valley area as well as parts of Utah. While we take pride in building systems right and providing well drilling that is built to last, we also realize that there are times when building a new well is not what is needed. Rather, there are also times when you may need a trusted professional to assist with well abandonment issues.

Abandoned Wells: Creating Serious Health Concerns

Many properties in Idaho and Utah still contain abandoned wells. While this may not initially seem like much of a concern, the reality is that abandoned wells can create serious health risks. In fact, an unsealed or improperly sealed well can threaten the quality of groundwater resources, thereby creating a threat to public health and safety. Of course, there are also concerns regarding the possibility of a person or an animal getting accidentally caught in an abandoned well. Therefore, if you have an abandoned well on your property, it is essential that you take the proper steps to decommission the well.

Addressing Abandoned Well Concerns 

When decommissioning an abandoned well, it is important to take the proper steps. Not only is this important for the safety of yourself and others, but Idaho and Utah also have specific guidelines and requirements that must be adhered to when decommissioning a well. At Apex Drilling, we have years of experience with completing the proper abandonment procedures in both states. Therefore, when you contact us to assist with your well abandonment needs, you can be sure it will be done properly.

If you have an abandoned well on your property that in need of proper decommissioning, contact Apex Drilling today. We will be happy to help address all of your well needs and concerns. 

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