Wonderful training given by Geoprobe environmental technologies in the north of Sweden. Training on this New Direct Push 7822DT delivered with CPT, SPT, DT325 and DTH hammer technologies.
OIHPT in Italia
Geoprobe Environmental Technologies is very pleased to count Andrea Paciolla and Davide Marescotti as trained operators on the OIHPT system which was delivered to INFOMAP srl in Italy.
The very first project involving the team with the OIHPT is a large fuel storage site located in Emilia-Romagna.
A visible image captured on the site at 4.40m below ground surface confirms the presence of coarse material (expected from 2.0 to 7.5m, and as suggested by the EC and HPT pressure logs).
This UV image captured at 6.45m and instantly analyzed through digital filters shows the presence of NAPLs/fuel hydrocarbons (which are expected from 5 to 7.5m, as suggested by the fluorescence log).
Direct Sensing in Czech Republic
Use of Geoprobe® Direct Sensing equipment is increasing in central and eastern Europe :
DEKONTA, a private environmental company offering a wide variety of services (including MIP and OIP investigations), is expanding its range of Geoprobe® Direct Image® equipment by adding the HPT to its MIP system.
The HPT data will help better understand contaminant migration pathways, GW velocity/Estimated K … (of course !) but like in many cases also assess the presence and the efficiency of DEKONTA’s injected remediation compounds through comparison with the MIP-EC data.
Training took place last week on a PCE site in Bohemia, Czech Republic, with the company’s 7822DT #1 (new unit #2 will be delivered soon).
We are wishing further success to the highly-motivated crew and their project managers.
MIP in Switzerland
Geoprobe® Environmental Technologies is providing training solutions on Direct Sensing equipment throughout Europe.
Jérôme Barrau and Nelson Rodrigues Lopes, newly trained DI operators for ISR Injectobohr (groupe Grisoni-Zaugg), are performing MIP & MIHPT investigations with a Geoprobe® 540UD on a site impacted by chlorinated solvents (Vaud, Rhône valley, Switzerland).