Groundwater

Captación de agua

Where your drinking water comes from

 

We're always on the lookout for new water resources, that's why Canaragua has a team specialised in catchment systems, wells and surveys. The projects we carry out range from engineering to the provision of equipment and facilities for water extraction, including those required for boreholes and wells, and capacity tests.

The following stand out in particular:

  • Acuario Poema del Mar in the Loro Parque Group

    Water wells created for Acuario Poema del Mar in the Loro Parque Group, Gran Canaria, consisting of two catchment wells and two disposal wells with a drilling diameter of 700 mm and a depth of 90 and 65 metres, respectively. Drilling system: Percussion.
  • Las Gavias well

    Las Gavias well for the company Teidagua, within the municipal area of San Cristóbal de La Laguna, with a depth of 595 metres and a drilling diameter of 550 mm in the deepest section and 700 mm in the initial section. Drilling system: Percussion.
  • Catchment and disposal wells for the geothermal heating system

    Catchment and disposal wells for the geothermal heating system for the new Hotel Corales Suites in La Caleta de Adeje, which consists of two catchment wells and a disposal well with a depth of 75 metres and a drilling diameter of 700 mm. Drilling system: Percussion.
  • Las Canteras drinking water catchment well

    Las Canteras drinking water catchment well in the municipal area of San Cristóbal de La Laguna for the company Teidagua. This is a deep catchment well at 575 metres with a drilling diameter of 550 mm in its final stretch and 650 mm at the start. Drilling system: Percussion.
  • Jardín del Sol well

    Jardín del Sol well as an overflow for the wastewater pumping station with a depth of 310 metres and an initial drilling diameter of 400 mm and a final diameter of 250 mm. This work was commissioned by Tacoronte Town Council (Tenerife). Drilling system: Rotary percussion.
  • Stormwater infiltration systems

    Six stormwater infiltration systems created for the San Cristóbal de La Laguna Town Council. The wells are 30-metres deep and have a drilling diameter of 400 mm. Drilling system: Rotary percussion.