Groundwater Bailers services for Soil and Groundwater in Europe

  • Monitoring, Sampling & Testing Gases, Groundwater & Soil Services

    Monitoring of soil gas and groundwater levels in-situ is often required as a routine element of the majority of ground investigations, particularly where the potential for hazardous ground gases has been specifically identified as a potential concern as part of the desk study or during the physical investigation works. Monitoring of groundwater ...

    By Applied Geology is a Division of Xplor Ltd, based in Kenilworth, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Cardboard / Paper Recycling Services

    Monoworld Ltd are independent waste paper & cardboard collectors & recycler & waste paper brokers. We currently handle around 30,000 tons per year of waste paper. We are able to provide a recycling & collection service for all your waste cardboard & office paper, kerbside waste & paper waste at bring sites & CA ...

    By Monoworld Limited based in Bedfordshire, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Phase 2 Investigation

    Ground investigation involves the inspection of soils and rock layers by the excavation or trial pits and/or the drilling of boreholes.  Different techniques are applicable to different geology and site conditions.  The soils and rocks encountered are inspected by a supervising Geo-Environmental Consultant to provide a detailed ...

    By BRD Environmental Ltd based in Banbury, UNITED KINGDOM. from Site Investigation Service line

  • Groundwater Sampling – Traditional or Low Flow Sampling

    While fixed-volume purging with bailers or submersible high-flow pumps can remove overlying stagnant water from a well and provide a sample of the groundwater near the borehole, researchers have determined that these traditional purging practices pose significant scientific and practical concerns.

    By A F Howland Associates based in Norwich, UNITED KINGDOM. from Environmental Monitoring Service line

  • Cable Percussion Boring

    Light-cable percussion is the most common drilling method used for geotechnical site or ground investigations. Depending upon access limitations and favourable ground conditions deep boreholes up to 50m depth can be formed. Light-cable percussion drilling uses a mobile rig with a winch of between one to two tonne capacity driven by a diesel engine ...

    By A F Howland Associates based in Norwich, UNITED KINGDOM. from Site Investigation Service line

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