The Fairfield well is located south of Fairfield Utah along SR-73. The well was constructed in the late 60's as a drilled well with a 16" driven casing. Perforations start at roughly 201 feet below ground surface and continue intermittently to the total depth of the well of approximately 600 feet. The perforations were made using the Mills knife technique and are approximately 2.5" long by .5" wide. The well flows under artesian pressure but it had not been pumped for several years and the structure had been completely destroyed, with the exception of the concrete walls, by a brush fire within the last 7 years. The project consisted of clearing the site of the damaged structure, pump motor pedestal and diesel fuel storage tank. The tank had developed a leak in the bottom from corrosion and had leaked diesel fuel around the well which required remediation of the surround soil to a depth of roughly 2 feet. The well was inspected by submersible camera then brushed to remove scale and open the perforations. After brushing the well was bailed to remove sediment. This process of brushing and bailing was conducted several times to ensure proper cleaning. After completing brushing and bailing, the well was test pumped to determine quantity and quality of water for irrigation purposes.