A small town on the western slope in Colorado was in need of improvements to its near-surface water supply. A stream cascades off the Rockies, meanders seasonally, and sinks into the ground as it crosses a landslide deposit consisting of granitic boulders, cobble, and sand. The consistent collection of water in this location is extremely difficult.
The passive supply was necessary because the well site is in a remote setting with no electricity 4.5 miles of rugged jeep trail from the nearest road.
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