Groundwater Sampling News

  • Royal Eijkelkamp helps manage groundwater problems in Sri Lanka

    Royal Eijkelkamp has won a five-year multi-million euro project in Sri Lanka. Under instructions of the Sri Lankan Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources Management, Royal Eijkelkamp will start this month in various regions of the South Asian country with the realisation of a groundwater monitoring network.  “Like many other countries, Sri Lanka also faces a variety of groundwater ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • In-Situ® Announces Android™ Mobile App Technology For Water Level

    In-Situ® Inc. announced today that their industry-leading Android™ smartphone technology for water monitoring is now available across their water level instrument platforms. In-Situ’s ongoing focus and investment in technology is evident in this release, which combines their software expertise with their rugged and reliable instrumentation. All In-Situ customers can now enjoy a ...


    By In-Situ, Inc.

  • AMS Fall for Great Deals

    AMS has been a leader in soil gas sampling technologies since the development of the “original” AMS gas vapor probe. Initially designed to take shallow gas vapor samples in soils to depths of about 4 feet, new technologies are allowing newer versions of the AMS gas vapor probe to easily sample to 12 feet, depending on soil conditions. AMS has ...

  • Groundwater Atlas for pesticides

    The recently published Groundwater Atlas for pesticides provides an overview of where and when pesticides have been found in groundwater. The results can be used to improve water quality in the Netherlands. The data will be used by the Board for the Authorisation of Plant Protection Products and Biocides (Ctgb) to monitor groundwater quality. The Groundwater Atlas was developed between 2015 and ...

  • Groundwater special section includes three papers on methane occurrences above gas plays

    If you’re a member of the NGWA Scientists and Engineers Section, you received or will soon receive the Groundwater® July-August 2017 issue that has a special section featuring three papers on methane occurrences above gas ...

  • Public Comment Phase: NGWA’s Groundwater and PFAS: State of Knowledge and Practice

    The purpose of Groundwater and PFAS: State of Knowledge and Practice is to identify for the defined audiences the known science and knowledge related to PFAS compounds present in groundwater and the subsurface, as well as the current state of the art in practices relating to the ecological impacts, as well as the anthropogenic uses of groundwater.  The document will also identify gaps in ...

  • The Power Pro ESP Electric Low-Flow Sampling Pump webinar

    The low-flow experts at QED have introduced the first electric pump designed specifically for low-flow sampling: the Power Pro ESP™ sampling pump. This mini-webinar (20-minute presentation, 10-minute Q&A) will introduce you to the Power Pro system, including: The unique “all-in-one” system design, with cable reel and controls in one package “Smart Pump” ...


    By Geotech

  • Sponsoring Learning at BCIT

    For the second year in a row, Hoskin Scientific’s Environmental division proudly sponsored the Groundwater Sampling Demonstration for students attending the British Columbia Institute of Technology’s (BCIT) Environmental Engineering Field School. Facilitated by ...


    By Hoskin Scientific Limited

  • Groundwater papers link methane in groundwater to natural sources

    A pair of papers in Groundwater®, NGWA's bimonthly technical publication, finds a high level of methane in water wells from two Texas counties is most likely from shallow natural gas deposits, not natural gas leaks caused by hydraulic fracturing operations in the underlying Barnett Shale.  The research builds on previous studies on well water quality in the Barnett Shale ...

  • Groundwater Awareness Week raises public awareness of important resource

    Hundreds of diverse organizations did their part to raise public awareness about groundwater during the 2017 edition of Groundwater Awareness Week which ended March 11. More than 200 news stories were printed, broadcast, or posted promoting groundwater awareness during the week.  Among them were groups that chose to be "Groundwater Advocates" by contacting the National Ground ...

  • Haloacetic acids, bromate, and dalapon in natural waters – new method is 50% faster than current USEPA method

    Wu et. al. present a new method to analyze nine haloacetic acids (HAAs), bromate, and dalapon plus four potentially more toxic iodinated HAAs in natural waters by coupling ion chromatography with tandem mass spectrometry (IC-MS/MS). The new method is 50% faster than the current USEPA method 557 including more compounds and achieving sub-µg/L level detection limits for all 15 target ...


    By Metrohm AG

  • USGS Releases Results of Gem County Groundwater Quality Study

    The entire population of southwestern Idaho’s Gem County depends on aquifers for its drinking water. The water in those aquifers is of generally good quality according to a U.S. Geological Survey report released today. The study was prompted by concerns that rapidly growing population and changes in land use, including potential ...

  • US: Groundwater atlas

    The US Geological Survey series of publications “The Groundwater Atlas of the United States” describes the, location, extent and geological and hydrological characteristics of the nation’s important aquifers and is available online and in various print formats and scales. These have been produced over recent years as described in a useful summary fact sheet. Find out ...


  • Groundwater Discharge to Upper Colorado River Basin Varies in Response to Drought

    Groundwater discharge that flows into the Upper Colorado River Basin varies in response to drought, which is likely due to aquifer systems that contain relatively young groundwater, according to a new U.S. Geological Survey study published in Hydrogeology Journal. The Colorado River and its tributaries provide water to more than 40 ...

  • Radioactive material found in groundwater below nuke plant

    An apparent overflow at a nuclear power plant north of New York City spilled highly radioactive water into an underground monitoring well, but nuclear regulators said the public isn't at risk. Officials at the Indian Point Energy Center in Buchanan, 40 miles north of Manhattan, reported on Friday that water contaminated by tritium leaked into ...


    By Associated Press

  • Kentucky Leads the Race for Site Closures

    The State of Kentucky continues to stay on the forefront of UST in situ remediation with the successful implementation of BOS 200 at many of the State’s petroleum contaminated sites. To date, sixty five (65) sites have received BOS 200 injections: Thirty two (32) sites have been granted No Further Action (NFA), twenty eight (28) sites are in closure monitoring associated with 2014 and 2015 ...

  • ESdat Newsletter Dec 2015

    It's been a busy year at EScIS, with lots of great new software being developed, and projects being completed. Some of the key highlights are below: ESdat Server v 2 Released EScIS is pleased to announce some great new features available for using ESdat data in the ESdat Server Web Interface. ...

  • Deep Groundwater & Dissolved Gas Sampling with Double Valve Pumps

    Sampling groundwater from deep wells is a challenge on its own, but add to that the need for accurate dissolved gas analysis, and the task gets that much harder. Low Flow, Deep Groundwater Sampling HydroTerra, a leading Australian company, and exclusive distributor of Solinst products, provides environmental monitoring solutions. ...


    By Solinst Canada Ltd.

  • EPA Sampling Results announced for Macon Naval Ordnance Plant Superfund site in Macon, Ga.

    Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the status of its vapor intrusion sampling conducted at the Macon Naval Ordnance Plant Superfund site in Macon, Ga. Funded by EPA, the sampling focused on the Freudenberg Texbond facility, located down gradient of the Navy’s former wastewater treatment plant. During the week of February 23, 2015, EPA activities included: ...

  • Biorem Engineering and Syngulon sign a strategic partnership: the alliance of green chemistry and white biotechnology

    Biorem Engineering and Syngulon knew each other already; together, they largely contributed to the success of the International conferences “Green Chemistry” and “White Biotechnology”, organized in May 2014 by GreenWin, the pole of competitiveness of chemistry, materials and environmental technologies, of which Biorem Engineering and Syngulon are members. Biorem ...


    By Biorem Engineering SA

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