In that case you'll probably need a small submersible pump to go uphill. You can either purchase a small one online or rent a sump pump from places like Home Depot (with larger hoses) to get it out fast.
We are on a well (took 30 hrs to fill). It was crooked. We are draining but have no idea where it should go. We aren’t in city so no waste grates. Does it kill lawns or sink in? How do people get rid of their water???? This has been the worst experience and I wish I didn’t even get it because we are in way over our heads. I am grateful to those that take their valuable time to assist. Bless you. Also what do we need to do with the pump while we decide what to do? It was working mixing up salt for 24 hours and we powered it off.
Then find the best place to out that amount of water. Ditch, etc. If you drain to lawn, you need to be sure it is well flushed afterwards to dilute the salt. You do not say where in Colorado, but many areas are quite dry and thus the salt could be an issue if you do not water that area or get rain to dilute the salt.
Ok I will run the sprinklers for sure. As it’s very dry.
Do you all kNow what I need to do with the pump? I turned it off while we decided what to do (was on filter for 24 hours). I’m grateful to y’all.
To get to 3000ppm or so would take the 9 bags. You should add 6 bags, circulate pool for at least 24 hours, then test the salinity with a K1766 test kit, and then add the amount of salt needed to reach your goal salinity.