Groundwater Level Monitoring Applications

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Groundwater Monitoring for Remediation

by HERON Instruments Inc.     based in Dundas, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Many fresh water sources have been degraded to toxic levels by the inclusion of industrial, agricultural, and human waste products that have been discharged into the closest body of water, accidentally or deliberately for many years.

Water Data Management Solution for Groundwater Monitoring

by KISTERS group     based in Aachen, GERMANY

Deployed across all relevant sectors including landfill security, well field monitoring programs, pumping tests, and drinking water supply, KISTERS solutions can be used to measure groundwater data.

Liquid Chromatography for soil consultancy

by Custom Stack Analysis, LLC.     based in Alliance, OHIO (USA)

Everyone has a responsibility to care for the environment to reduce the levels of pollution, including businesses that daily release emissions into the air and the ground. This is why we provide a full-service environmental testing service to help businesses identify problems and resolve them so they operate in the most environmentally-friendly method possible. We offer air emission testing, emissions monitoring services and stack emissions testing to businesses of all sizes.

Deep well level measurement for ground water industry

by NIVUS GmbH     based in Eppingen, GERMANY

Application: Deep drilling 150 m. Bore diameter 30 mm.

Agricultural, Storm and Highway Runoff

by FTS     based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

The ability to collect useful data about sediment transport and other pollutants closely coupled to SSC (such as nutrients, e-coli, phosphates and nitrates) is dependent on the timing and frequency of manual grab samples during run-off events. Most sediment and pollutant is transported during a small number of storm events which are infrequent and unpredictable. When they do occur, trained personnel or the proper equipment may not be available to collect grab samples. An automated pump sampler can eliminate the need to sample manually, but for the expense of a rechargeable power system, the autosampler, and possibly a datalogger and a typical turbidity probe, you’re no better off. With an automated pump sampler driven by the DTS-12 digital turbidity sensor and controlled by the Axiom H2 datalogger, you obtain a better understanding of the water’s quality, while taking a minimum number of samples, reducing site visits and saving lab analysis costs.

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