Injection Well Florida Design for Poda Residence

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Injection Well Florida Design for Poda Residence

CLIENT:

ACE CONSTRUCTION

LOCATION:

MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA

ESTIMATED CIVIL CONSTRUCTION COST:

$100,000

Injection Well Florida Design for Poda Residence

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Injection Well Florida Project Description – Scope of work :

Ross was contracted for injection well florida design and pemitting of the civil-site work for this residential single family home project on Miami Beach.  The technical scope of the work included injection well florida design and heat pump design. Our engineering staff prepared the water use application for the permittng of a geothermal supply well and injection well. The requirements from Miami-Dade County and South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD), the city of Miami Beach and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). Other services included were the completion of the permit forms for FDEP class V injection well florida design general permit.

About Injection Wells – source: FDEP :

The Department of Environmental Protection’s Aquifer Protection program consists of a team of geologists and civil engineers dedicated to protecting Florida’s underground sources of drinking water (USDW) while maintaining the lawful option of disposal of appropriately treated fluids via underground injection wells.  A USDW is defined as an aquifer that contains a total dissolved solids concentration of less than 10,000 milligrams per liter.  The program implements the Underground Injection Control (UIC) regulations (FDEP rule 62-528) and is dedicated to preventing degradation of the quality of other aquifers adjacent to the injection zone.  Subsurface injection, the practice of emplacing fluids in a permeable underground aquifer by gravity flow or under pressure through an injection well, is one of a variety of wastewater disposal or reuse methods used in Florida. Our injection well florida professional engineers and our professional geologist at Ross Engineering are all very familiar with FDEP standards and staff.

Class V

Class V injection wells are wells not included Classes I thru IV, and VI.  Class V wells are used for the storage or disposal of fluids into or above a USDW.  The fluid injected must meet appropriate criteria as determined by the classification of the receiving aquifer.  Common types of Class V wells include air conditioning return flow wells, swimming pool drainage wells, stormwater drainage wells, lake level control wells, domestic waste wells, and aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) wells (see below).  There are more than 13,000 Class V wells in Florida.  (See below for differentiation of major and non-major Class V wells).

Major vs. Non-Major Class V Wells

Major Class V wells are permitted through our Tallahassee office.  These wells include all ASR wells, aquifer recharge, exploratory and reverse osmosis wells.  They also include domestic waste wells completed in a USDW.

Non-Major Class V wells are permitted through our district offices.  These wells include domestic wastewater wells below the USDW, closed loop heat pump/ air conditioning return flow wells, swimming pool drainage wells, stormwater wells, and remediation wells, injection well florida design.

 

Injection Well Florida Design for Poda Residence

Project Drawing PDF Files

Poda Residence Well Detail