A basic survey comprises of the following:
- Establish the needs of the end-user regarding the location and quantity of groundwater required.
- Nearby boreholes.
- Evaluation of the quality of groundwater.
- Appraisal of the catchment area.
- Borehole construction and design recommendations.
- Assessment of risk to health or environment.
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