LPRVLocalized Poverty Reduction in Vietnam (Canada)
LPRVLower Portneuf River Valley (Idaho)
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Due to its high permeability, the upper portion of the LPRV aquifer transmits ground water at flow rates faster than just about any other aquifer in Idaho - up to 50 feet per day.
Perhaps the most serious ground water contamination problem in the LPRV is the trichloroethylene (TCE) plume in the southern valley and in the vicinity of the old County landfill (Figure 3).
For example, some three dozen leaking underground storage tank (LUST) sites are known in the LPRV; fully 30% of all underground tank sites may have leakage problems, judging from the failure rate in the southern valley (Figure 6).