Monthly Archives: February 2016

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3 Simple Ways to Download Levelogger Data in the Field

Leveloggers are recording water levels in your monitoring well network, and it’s time to go out and collect your quarterly data – what options do you have for doing this? Solinst offers three standard ways to retrieve Levelogger® data in the field, without removing them from their monitoring location. Let’s discuss each one. 1. Using […]

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Waterloo Multilevel Systems Help Characterize Plume in Landfill Expansion Project

Download Newsletter GZA GeoEnvironmental (GZA), a multi-disciplinary environmental consulting firm, designed and operates a pump and treat system at a large solid waste landfill in Rhode Island. GZA has been overseeing the system for the past ten years, and have successfully extracted and treated more than 10 million gallons of highly contaminated groundwater. The 230-acre […]

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5 Things to Look for When Selecting a Water Level Datalogger

There are many water level dataloggers on the market. So how do you decide which one is best for you? There’s a lot to consider. First, you have to decide whether you want to go with a vented or absolute instrument … but let’s save that for a future conversation. Let’s focus on absolute pressure […]

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