A.C. Schultes of Carolina’s Manager of Marketing and Operations, Randy Hudson, presented at North Carolina Rural Water Association (NCRWA) CEU training days at the City of Jacksonville and the Town of Louisburg last month. Randy shared his expertise in well construction and rehabilitation, and discussed the recovery of the Black Creek aquifer after the Central Coastal Plain Capacity Use restrictions took place several years ago. Participants also learned about the correlation between well depth and screen amount, including well screen and gravel pack examples (and new SiLibead technology), open hole well designs in limestone formations, well efficiency and maintenance guidelines, and the differences between redevelopment methods. Highlights included a high velocity jetting video.
“I’d like to thank NCRWA and the municipalities for hosting us at the trainings, and the participants in Jacksonville and Louisburg were just great,” said Hudson. “We hope water operators from all over North Carolina will keep an eye out for future opportunities like this. The schedules are available at http://acschultesnc.com/events/ and I look forward to meeting fellow professionals at the next one.”