Morewater-31X,pipe breaks,Radon mapped

Location7.html
WaterLocator finds Latitude Longitude Site& Emergency Breaks ASAP
Your Location, Cost of Water & Close Unreliable Wells
Our technical ability is Quick. Please provide your location township, range, section & parcel number of each well or Latitude and Longitude.
State the daily gallons of water needed.  We work on royalty basis per 1,000 gallons of water produced which assures you of our very best efforts.
               Our Emergency Services or Water Production
WATER-required, your maps, photos, old wells, old broken Emergency waterlines
If WATER, we measure water resource from ground(surface) to top & bottom of WATER levels, water width and water purity before any drilling.
You furnish local topographic maps, aerial photos and verify your property  boundary, water rights, water needs daily and alternative cost per 1,000 gallons. We provide water wells for drinking, irrigation or industrial use by contract based on location, facts and security.

Close unreliable contaminated wells
If you have low yield water wells, wells with re-suspended toxins or slow recharge and high costs, you may close wells so we provide higher yield water production.  If your needs are less than 10 million gallons per day, we can consider each request on a case by case basis.

Water8.html
WaterLocator relocates water farm wells increase water 31.9 times
Water 8 case     
A commercial water project has a five-well system of 500 to 2000 gpm and wanted better yielding wells. 
We measure old wells, water width and depth for each well.  One well had no water width and stopped producing water.  The next two lower producer wells were drilled on edge of water channel flow. 
These widths were 18 and 24 feet respectively.  The two highest producers were 30 and 30 feet wide. 
The five wells were recommended to be relocated 25 feet to 275 yards from old well locations.

New well relocations increase 31.9 times more water than old locations
The new widths increased water available to wells as follows: 18 to 90 ft; 24 to 60 ft; 30 ft to 72 ft and 30 to 84 ft on first four wells.  The water top was 230 to 520 feet in ground.  water heights increased from 6 ft to 42 ft; 3 ft to 45 ft; 3 ft to 27 ft; 4.5 to 54 feet.  This shows increase of 35X,
37.5X, 21.6X and 33.6X more water or 31.9 times average more water.

The projected increased production based on relocating, centering each well, wider width and increased height of water in formation would increase production to a 4,000 to 5,000 gallons per minute (gpm) range for each of the five wells.

New relocation cost recovered in 5 days
This relocation would produce 30,000 to 35,000 acre feet per year based on 22,000 gpm on 24 hours 365 days per year. The completed wells would each cost $300,000 and cost recovered based on $2.00 net per 1,000 gallons at wellhead in 114 hours (5 days) of production plus our royalty. 
They only needed 25,000 acre feet per year. There are 326,000 gallons per acre foot.

Water9.html
WaterLocator locates crisis waterline breaks maps to pump 8mm GPD
Water9 Case Emergency broken water pipelines mapped had multiple breaks (8,000,000 gallons pumped a day)        
Crisis Condition
A community of Steubenville, Ohio water plant lost its ability to pump raw surface water from river supply pump house to city treatment plant/reservoir. Reservoir was emptied.  Pump house and reservoir were 2 miles apart, had incurred multiple pipeline breaks, no pressure in two pipelines and no map of 80 year old lines. THIS EMERGENCY WAS WITHOUT ANSWERS FOR THREE+ DAYS.
Bill Fabian Water Supervisor contacted us.

Emergency required us to:
1) map the 2 mile underground pipelines; 2) locate pipeline breaks and 3) allow city repair crews to repair twin pipelines after 3 days without any raw process water supply and no drinking water for 5 days.

City provided Blank Maps
The city water Superintenant Bill Fabian provided us with city map from pump house to plant reservoir. 
We mapped the two underground pipelines, marked the breaks on map and flagged pipeline site breaks.  The lines were 80 years old.

Water lines mapped after 80 years
The two lines are side by side out of pump house 18-20 ft deep. They are on top of each other crossing a four lane new interstate highway. They return to side by side on the west side of highway at 8-10 ft deep.  They are along- side a paved residential road 250 feet.  They are SW under a haul road to pump house. There was 50 and 100 ton rock trucks crossing over roads in prior 2 years. Lines continued adjacent to road, across ball fields and parking lot to treatment plant reservoir.

Pipeline directions and 7 breaks
After mapping underground pipeline and the direction changes, we determined the underground break locations in pipelines.  The first two breaks were in center of highway. The second locations were multiple in both lines and west of interstate, adjacent to paved road used by 50 ton and 100 ton  rock trucks.  This haul road was moved 100 yards. The third to seventh locations were under the temporary unpaved haul road.  The water started shooting out of the ground at two breaks after one break was found.
The City could not locate all breaks and had inadequate pressure in lines to pump water.

Maps, 7 breaks and repairs confirm our technology
The water supervisor Bill Fabian excavated all break locations mapped, identified, confirm each,  replaced and welded the pipelines in place and the two lines work without leak for three years.

Toxicelements10.html
WaterLocator Locates 90+ Toxic Substances underground & Radon gas
Toxic Contaminated Sites for  90+ Elements
Locate any(arsenic to zinc) toxic unhealthy source in any defined area
Want contacts from health personnel and concerned citizens.
                
Any 90+ Toxic elements found as radio-active Radon gas in USGS National Water Report 00-4270   Radonvanc17.html

If A to Z toxic unhealthy source, we locate any underground toxic source even radio-active if 1 day or 30 years. Toxic contaminates are in water, on mountain, in forest or buried. All subject to contract.

Radon was connected to Breast Cancer at Toxic12.html

Is Radon Gas connected to Cancer or Leukemia clusters in Nevada
Fallon, Nv in Churchill county and Reno, Nv in Washoe county are loaded with Radon gas. 
Can it be cause for their Leukemia and Cancer cluster cases in 1999 and 2000.  We asked for data to review for toxic contaminates.  We can refer to medical researchers who diagnose these individual case conditions. There were 14 children, infants to 17 years old and two have died in
May 2001 in Fallon, Nv.  There were 8 Cancer cases in Reno at Traner Middle School of teachers and staff person but one died.  We will wait 10 days for data from local persons or families having access to information to review one or two.

Arsenic in Water-Fallon,Nv; Norman,Ok; Albuquerque, NM
Arsenic levels standard in drinking water were reduced from 50 parts per billion (ppb) to 10 ppb without any input from science community and major financial disadvantage to small and large communities.
Arsenic Levels
Fallon, Nevada reports 100 ppb; Norman, Ok reports 8-18 ppb and Albuquerque,NM reports 2-40 ppb in their drinking water and why.
Do they have too poorly drilled wells, narrow water channels underground for well locations or is there toxic contaminates in ground affecting surface water run-off and ground water or both?
Our Findings & Suggestions to EPA & residents
Our examination shows they have both, need to relocate wells and dig up/remove arsenic toxics.
(1) We located buried arsenic in Fallon area 1″ to 122 feet deep in two locations with 98 and 110 ppb since 1954 and 1961.  They need to move present Fallon wells and remove contaminates of 1″ to 11 feet deep which are 33″x 38″ and 3′ x 18′ rectangle shape.
(2) We located buried arsenic in Norman, Ok 8 to 42 feet deep in a location with 11 ppb since 1962.  They need to move present wells and remove contaminates of 98″ to 114″ deep which are 16″ x 22″ rectangle shape.
(3) We located buried arsenic in Alburquerque area 30′ to 30′ 6” in a location with 16 ppb since 1938.  They need to move present wells and remove contaminates from 30 foot level which are 6′ to 27″ rectangle shape for 99%+ solution of contaminates.
At this point, inquiry with each city does not show any interest to relocate any water wells or remove contaminates  but they had problem for 39 to 62 years.

E-Coli in Wells-June,2000
A midwest rural powhatten pt in belmont county over a 60 square miles has since June 2000 determined e-coli to be in their water wells, closed their wells and hauls chlorinated fluoride water from local city 2.5 to 10 miles daily.

Our preliminary tests confirmed Escherichia Coli (E-Coli) bacteria in eight (8) locations from probably defective septic tanks in March 2001.  The apparent sewage overflows has contaminated six creeks, 234 residences, 8-12 working farms who use about 150-200,000 gallons per day of water. Our solution was to locate new water site outside of  contaminated area to install 1 or 2 wells to produce bacteria free,
 chlorine-free well water.  The residents are looking for county to install $3.0 million pipeline extension for city water connection. We do not recommend chlorinated water for animals nor humans but this is a personal choice.

Toxic11.html
WaterLocator finds Plutonium and Polonium in Water Maps to Cancer
Toxic11- Plutonium & Polonium in Water, Mapped and Cancer Cause
        
A geographical region had a extremely high incidence of cancer cases, 400% more than national average.
A health group requested our examination to define area where residents were passing away.

Tested for 90+ toxic substances, site found, toxic mapped.
We examined area for 90 plus toxic substances including radio-active.  We located plutonium and polonium.
We tracked toxics from close facility polluted groundwater, 60 miles downstream 1 to 6 feet below water surface to water treatment plant.

A site was improperly sealed and toxins leaking in water to ground water table.  The contaminated water was tracked from source into stream to water treatment plant.

The water processed was tracked to resident homes which defined area affected by 400% high cases of cancer. 
These findings were given to health group for referral.

Toxic12.html
WaterLocator finds Radon exposure connected to Breast Cancer Case
Toxic12 Radon gas Breast Cancer Radon exposure prevention
               
A mid-west resident woman had been diagnosed with breast cancer. It was only her left breast with no explained cause.  We were asked to test area for any toxics and found radon where she lived, worked and commuted for past five years. Which was relevant source?

Radon gas deposits found
1. The office area had no radon gas source. A radon gas deposit did exist at street entrance to office  parking lot. It was not relevant deposit nor would it be in a traffic commute.
2. The street near her home had small radon gas but it was not relevant.
3. The 10 acre parcel residence with a 4,000 square foot home had two deposits side by side.  One deposit was a 3 foot dimension length and width and the other was 1.5 foot dimension length and  width adjoining first.  Each deposit was 300 feet below surface and 16,000 feet deep with high exposure.

Breast Cancer probable
The two deposits were under her left bedside and extended 6 to 8 inches covering left bedside as she sleep on her stomach.  These were relevant deposits and probable cause contributing to her breast cancer.
Radon gas has no smell and is extremely difficult to find or measure.

Radon exposure
Radon gas normally rises through any building material and over exposure to any body part will cause cancer.
 It can not be removed but can be redirected per EPA guidelines noted next paragraph.

RADON PREVENTION
The normal advice by state EPA agencies is to cover affect radon gas area with heavy plastic.  Install a 4″ plastic pipe in through center of plastic on ground floor. Pipe directed to outside wall of building.

You may convert 4″ to 2″ pipe on outside wall, run to top of building and install 24 hr DRAW fan to pull radon from under plastic through pipe.  It vents radon out in air so it does not reenter home.  Locate Radon first to save life.

toxiccost13.html
WaterLocator locates any defined toxic area @low fee to save life
Cost & steps to locate toxic
Our technical rights fee starts at $50,000 US dollars for toxic sources based on country, travel, our risk rating, toxic contaminate and technical challenge.  The fees for water start at $10,000.

At your initial inquiry, email photo, your contact and open a $10,000USD security deposit. We quote our technical fee. If you approve, you sign a contract, wire half fee, escrow half fee in your bank to consider your case.

Please email in English all details of water or toxic area and color photo:

We target the specific coordinates, you provide standby repair team to fix within 1 to 2 days after our site is confirmed. Your Team is able to accept directions to a site with a gps, compass, cellular phone
and laptop computer aids.

We can accept emergency cases. All rights and information provided are private, confidential and sole property of WaterLocator and findh2o. All case data is private.

For new water resource or to locate toxic source and immediate action on signing agreement,
email findh20@yahoo.com Thank You.

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