Contamination can arise from circumstances such as fuel spills and plant leaks. Geotech has developed a range of equipment to help you comply with each stage of the remediation process.
By Geotech based in Leamington Spa, UNITED KINGDOM.
Analysis of soils and bottom sediments for mercury content is one of the most common analyses in the monitoring of environmental pollution. Background mercury concentrations in these objects are 10–100 μg/kg and in the polluted areas they exceed 10,000 μg/kg.
By Lumex Instruments Group based in Mission, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).
Contaminated groundwater sites worldwide are engaged in regular sampling of monitoring wells at a typical cost of $1,500 per well-sampling event. On most sites, many wells are redundant or geostatistically insignificant and can be decommissioned.
EVS-PRO and MVS`s Well Decommission module analyses all available data and quantifies the impact on site assessment quality associated with removing each well. The impact of removing a well is quantified in terms of its impact on the geostatistical plume extent.
During remediation plumes are shrinking and may drift. This can necessitate decommissioning of some wells and adding new wells. C Tech`s well decommissioning and DrillGuide© technology provide the tools to properly monitor and guide the remediation efforts at the lowest possible cost.
By C Tech Development Corporation based in Las Vegas, NEVADA (USA).
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