WesTech provides process equipment for the sand aggregate industries including thickeners, screening and separation, and mixing technologies which provide for production of cement, and a myriad of materials for the construction industries.
Groundwater hydrology is an interpretive science: we can’t observe the aquifers directly so we must interpolate and extrapolate our understanding from water-level measurements taken from observation wells. Stevens has expertise for measuring both water quantity and water quality.
Measuring groundwater level or depth-to-water is critically important for identifying long term trends, including declining water levels, saltwater intrusion, seasonal variations, aquifer recharge, artificial aquifer storage and recovery, and level status for drinking water. Receiving groundwater data via remote data transmission from one of the many OTT telemetry options available saves time and resources spent in the field.
By OTT HydroMet
Distributor in Burnaby, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).
Dredging is the process of removing organic and/or inorganic sediment from the bottom of shallow water bodies in order to economically dispose of those sediments and/or have them repurposed for land farming or construction purposes. Elgin Separation Solutions manufactures effective solid recycling systems capable of handling high flow capacity. Elgin`s linear motion shakers have the largest screening surface area on the market. In addition, we have complete desilter and desander hydrocyclone manifolds incorporated...
Saving Money, Time, and the Environment Through Chemistry A General Process Philosophy Description of Elgin’s Drilling Fluid Dewatering Systems. The drilling industry is regulated by a myriad of environmental regulations that protect our air, water, and land resources. As these regulations continue to evolve, so too must the technologies utilized by the drilling industry. Though lowering compliance costs is always a worthy initiative, incorporating technology that also enhances the drilling process by...
The HDD, trenchless and underground construction industry has realized the benefits and economics of recycling drilling fluid and slurry. With increased transportation costs and more stringent environmental enforcements and overall cost containment, the need for recycling is evident in all countries and across the range of trenchless applications. From maxi and mini HDD rigs to microtunneling and pipe jacking, packaged mud recycling units and mud reclaimers are an invaluable asset. The below diagram represents a...
Several industries and industrial processes may contribute to soil and groundwater contamination. AdEdge Technologies has supplied filtration equipment for several remediation efforts to remove arsenic, lead, and other inorganic contaminants to meet state and federal mandates.
Total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) is a term used to describe a large family of several hundred chemical compounds that originally come from crude oil; the main and most specific part of these compounds are non-polar and slightly polar hydrocarbons of the aliphatic, aromatic, and alicyclic structure.
GOES.hopper is a fully turnkey GOES satellite-based communication solution for new or existing monitoring stations with SDI sensors.
Now you can get groundwater data to your desktop, reducing manpower and site visits.
based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).
Fresh water is one of the planets most critical resources essential to all land based life
It is also one of the planets most rapidly diminishing resources. Conservation and protection of existing supplies and the rehabilitation of degraded sources are one of the most urgent problems facing humanity today.
Pore pressure variability and control is one of the most significant aspects of Geotechnical Engineering practice related to slope stability, underground openings, foundation of heavy structures, and water retention facilities. Pore pressure effects are most often controlled by natural small-scale hydrogeologic details. Characterization and management of pore pressures requires closely-arrayed repeated measurements to determine the effects of these details for design of appropriate mitigation measures, for...
The content of water-soluble forms of inorganic cations (ammonium, potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium) is one of the substantial characteristics in agrochemical, land reclamation, and sanitary assessments of soils (arable, hayland, pasturable, forest nursery soils). The cation balance should be controlled during ecological soil monitoring for the human activity impact assessment.
Characterization of contaminated groundwater requires detailed monitoring to eliminate data gaps, improve predictive numerical models, and track remedial efforts. The Westbay System is a reliable, cost-effective technology for obtaining detailed information, enabling groundwater professionals to carry out comprehensive and defensible contaminant site investigations and long-term monitoring.
Water agencies and private water companies are tasked with the challenge of developing and maintaining sustainable water supplies, often centered on groundwater. Since 1987, the Westbay System has provided water managers with the flexibility to characterize groundwater in four-dimensions, leading to the optimization of management activities and the development of sustainable management practices.
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.