Cathodic Protection Well Abandonment

MATCOR provides cathodic protection well abandonment for anode groundbeds from 150’ to 1000’.

cathodic protection well abandonmentDue to risks of groundwater contamination, many states have passed regulations regarding proper cathodic protection well abandonment. The three basis steps include removing the deep anode groundbed surface materials, drilling into the old borehole, and then filling and sealing it with either Bentonite or cement.

Read our article “Decommissioning Your Cathodic Protection Well” on Corrosionpedia to learn more. 

Why MATCOR Cathodic Protection Well Abandonment Services?

MATCOR has nearly 30 years of drilling experience and more than 40 years of cathodic protection experience with a wide range of applications. We have proven processes, equipment and manpower to handle challenges in the field, and ensure the best results and cost-effectiveness for your project.

  • Strong commitment to safety and the environment
  • Very competitive pricing
  • The largest fleet of drill rigs in the industry
  • Multiple crews for flexible scheduling

Contact the MATCOR team at the link below for more information or a quote.