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  • Groundwater data management subject of NGWA Webinar

    The National Ground Water Association is offering the Webinar, “Life Cycle of Groundwater Data: From Field to Lab to Electronic Data Deliverable to Report,” on February 16 at 1 p.m. ET.   The Webinar will be presented by Peter de Haven, PE, and Jamey Rosen, PG, Geosyntec Consultants.   Robust data management is central to the success of most environmental projects. ...

  • 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.

  • 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 data management software Diver-Office 2017.2 is available

    Diver-Office 2017.2, free, easy-to-use groundwater data management software, can be downloaded from our Diver water level logger website now. Start, stop, read and program Diver water level loggers Exports data to a spreadsheet ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Best practices for groundwater data management focus of NGWA Webinar

    The “Life Cycle of Groundwater Data — From Field to Lab to Electronic Data Deliverable to Report” Webinar will be hosted by the National Ground Water Association at 2 p.m. ET on April 25, 2012. This hour-long presentation focuses on best practices for managing the groundwater data central to the success of most environmental projects. Groundwater analytical data progress through ...

  • EOS Remediation Invites You To A Webinar: Considerations For Use of Passive/No-Purge Groundwater Sampling

    About This Webinar... TITLE: Considerations For Use of Passive/No-Purge Groundwater Sampling SPEAKER: Sandy Britt, PG, CHG, ProHydro, Inc. DATE: March 12, 2015 TIME: 12:00PM ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • Statement on Pavillion, Wyoming groundwater investigation

    Following recent discussions, Wyoming Governor Matthew H. Mead, the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone Tribes, and U.S. EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson issued the following statement about groundwater issues in the area east of Pavillion, Wyoming: We believe that collaboration and use of the best available science are critical in meeting the needs of Pavillion area residents and resolving ...

  • Encouraging results in evaluating groundwater contaminants

    The widespread use of pesticides across the United States has been in practice for decades, with little knowledge of the long-term effects on the nation’s groundwater. The results of a new study show that samples taken from over 300 wells across the US have not retained a high concentration of pesticide contamination. The news is a result of a decadal long study to assess the extent of the ...

  • Ecoforum Conference & Exhibition 2012 in Sydney to feature ESdat Environmental and Groundwater Data Management Software.

    ESdat Environmental Data Management Software will be demonstrated at the Ecoforum Conference & Exhibition 2012 in Sydney from Wednesday 7 to Friday 8 March 2012, by the software developers, Earth Science Information Systems (EScIS). ESdat is used by many of the world’s leading environmental consultancies and site holders. For existing ESdat users this is an opportunity to ...

  • Groundwater monitoring: what’s winter field work like?

    Although the stimulation phase of the Newberry EGS Demonstration has come to a close, field work continues throughout the winter months on the volcano (brrr!). We’re currently collecting and analyzing groundwater samples in order to monitor any changes in the local groundwater system. This work is intended to make sure thestimulation hasn’t affected the quality of the groundwater high ...


    By AltaRock Energy, Inc.

  • Gasoline additive MTBE widespread in New Hampshire’s groundwater

    The gasoline additive methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) is widespread in New Hampshire's ground water, particularly in four counties -- Rockingham, Strafford, Hillsborough and Merrimack. Ground water from these counties was more likely to contain MTBE than were samples from the rest of the state. Across the state, however, the MTBE concentrations were significantly below the state drinking water ...

  • 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

  • Fundamentals of groundwater geochemistry focus of NGWA short course

    The National Ground Water Association is offering the short course, “Fundamentals of Groundwater Geochemistry,” March 14-15 in San Jose, California. An important step in completing a successful site assessment or remediation project is understanding the geochemical aspects of the work. This course is designed to provide a thorough understanding of the principles of geochemistry. Basic ...

  • Nitrate concentrations of groundwater increasing in many areas of US

    Nitrate is the most common chemical contaminant in the world’s ground water, including in aquifers used for drinking-water supply. Nitrate in drinking water of the United States is regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) because of concerns related to infant health and possible cancer risks. Use of man-made synthetic fertilizers has steadily increased since World War II, ...

  • US Groundwater Foundation launches green sites program

    The Groundwater Guardian Green Site program for 2008 has been launched with the aim of recognizing good stewards of groundwater by encouraging managers of highly-managed green spaces to implement, measure, and document their groundwater-friendly practices. The program will document current practices related to pesticide and fertilizer use, water use, pollution prevention, water quality, and ...


    By The Groundwater Foundation

  • 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 ...

  • 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

  • EOS® selected as bioremediation product for Indiana TCE groundwater plume

    EOS Remediation product and design engineers worked with the consulting firm GeoTrans, Inc., a Tetra Tech Company, and Visteon Corporation to pilot test enhanced reductive dechlorination (ERD) as a remedy for a massive TCE groundwater plume emanating from a former manufacturing facility in Indiana (more than a 1,000 feet wide, 8,000 long ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • EOS selected as bioremediation product for massive Indiana TCE groundwater plume

    Past use of tricholoroethene (TCE) at a manufacturing facility in Indiana created a contaminated plume of groundwater approximately 1,000 feet wide, 8,000 feet long, and up to 75 feet deep.  The plume has impacted a regionally significant unconfined aquifer.  EOS 598B42 emulsified oil product was the selected electron donor for the bioaugmentation pilot test that was completed at the ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • HydroGeo Analyst* - From data discovery to delivery

    Waterloo Hydrogeologic Inc. (WHI), a Schlumberger Company, is pleased to announce the release of HydroGeo Analyst, version 3.0, an all-in-one information management solution designed for professionals working on groundwater and environmental resource management projects. HydroGeo Analyst provides managers, hydrologists and consultants centralized access to vital sampling, geographic and geologic ...


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