environmental and engineering problems fall into the following classes or types: Groundwater (exploration and contaminant mapping). Urban (utility mapping, underground storage tank location). Civil Engineering / Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)
  • buried storage tanks
  • agricultural and soil parameters
  • analysis of root zone soil properties
  • artificial radioisotopes searching
  • Buried waste hazards
  • Contamination Screening Evaluation Reports for Transportation Projects
  • Delineate landfill and trench boundaries
  • delineate landfills and pathways for contaminant flow
  • determination of water and fertilizer demand
  • Environmental Site Assessments
  • examining the subsurface for environmental hazards such as soil contamination, underground storage tanks (UST) and drums
  • Identify small ferrous and non-ferrous metallic objects such as unexploded ordnance (UXO)
  • Sink holes and/or solution cavities
  • Locate buried metallic objects (drums, tanks, etc)
  • Locate underground storage tanks/contamination
  • location and analysis of septic waste fields
  • location and identification of coal ash contamination
  • Location of Abandoned Oil Wells Seismic Refraction Surveys
  • Location of Buried Wastes and Excavations
  • Location of Subsurface Pipelines Location of Buried Wastes (Landfill Boundaries)
  • Map leachate plumes
  • Map soil and groundwater contaminants
  • Map soil salinity and salt water intrusion
  • Mapping of Subsurface Contaminants Gravity and Micro-Gravity Surveys
  • monitoring of levees, dykes, lagoons and landfills for leaks
  • need for carrying out non-destructive testing
  • monitoring
  • conduct hydrogeologic investigations such as water table mapping.
  • Perform materials analysis
  • polluted area
  • radiation environmental monitoring
  • Soil corrosivity
  • Unexploded ordnance in soil

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