Borehole Drilling Bedfordview
Borehole Drilling Bedfordview has three priorities; Our employees, our rigs & equipment, and Serving the Client. These priorities have served Borehole Drilling Bedfordview well and proved their worth over the years.
Borehole Drilling Bedfordview ambition is not to be the biggest; it is only to be the best. And in order to accomplish this Borehole Drilling Bedfordview provide the best-trained and most competent people to do the job right the first time.
A comprehensive Safety Management Systems assists Borehole Drilling Bedfordview employees in running an incident free operation.
Borehole Drilling Bedfordview continuously work on maintaining and constantly developing their tools and systems to eliminate any risk involved in an operation. They do not accept to undertake any operation that involves risk to our people and / or equipment.
Borehole Drilling Bedfordview number one commercial priority is to maintain their domestic market position and provide international standard services to their domestic clients at profitable rates. Borehole Drilling Bedfordview aim to provide second to none services, by providing experienced and trained personnel to operate first class equipment.
Boreholes are necessary in areas where a steady supply of clean water is unavailable. A Borehole is drilled for many uses including industrial, irrigation and domestic consumption.
Although borehole drilling is seen by some as complex and expensive, players in the sector paint a different picture. The entire process including surveys, actual drilling and installation of pump price is reasonable. Factors affecting cost include physical distance from where the drilling company is located, their pricing policies, geological characteristics of the site, extent of the hole and pump used. There are also several licensing requirements that cost money.
The process of drilling a borehole begins with a hydrogeological survey. This survey is carried out to determine such factors as groundwater levels and hydraulic characteristics. It should be done by a qualified and registered geologist.
Once the geologist is satisfied with the ground water potential, authorization to proceed is obtained from the Water Resource Management Authority (WRMA). This is followed by an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). If the National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA) is satisfied that the proposed drilling will not have undesirable impact on the immediate environment, the organization then issues a licence. The drilling may then commence although in some cases one may require a no-objection letter from the local water services provider.