Tag Archives: groundwater monitoring


Extensive Groundwater Monitoring Program at Refinery in Australia

HydroTerra, exclusive distributor of Solinst products in Australia, was recently given the task of providing three CMT Multilevel Systems to an alumina refinery in Queensland, Australia. The groundwater monitoring program at the refinery includes monitoring one 7-channel and two 3-channel CMT Systems, and also biannually sampling 90 groundwater monitoring wells located in and around the […]


Enhancing Water Basin Management in Turkey

The General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works (DSİ) in Turkey, have developed a long-term program to enhance the country’s water basin management through 2023. Their goals include, improving water quality, and gaining current and ongoing information on groundwater and surface water resources. Plans involve conducting hydrogeological investigations, geological surveys, creating models, and reporting water resource […]


Leveloggers Help Assess Groundwater Levels in Uganda

Hope 2 One Life is a non-profit organization that works in Uganda to help provide medical and water supplies to those recovering from the LRA civil war. Thanks to sponsors and donors, Hope 2 One Life has installed eight drinking water wells equipped with reliable hand pumps throughout Uganda, and has plans to install a […]

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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 […]


Solinst Telemetry Helps Assess Drought Conditions in North Carolina

The Water Resources Division of North Carolina’s Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) is responsible for protecting, enhancing, and managing North Carolina’s surface water and groundwater resources. More than half of North Carolina’s population receives its drinking water from aquifers. With a large amount of the state’s groundwater also being used for irrigation, livestock, mining, and […]


Deep Groundwater & Dissolved Gas Sampling with Double Valve Pumps

Download Newsletter 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. They have developed a […]

Symposium 2013

Where is the Contamination Going?

The theme of the 2013 Solinst Symposium was “High Resolution, Depth-Discrete Groundwater Monitoring – Benefits and Importance”. A common topic of discussion was the need for high resolution, depth-discrete data sets in order to better characterize and develop conceptual models for contaminated sites.

Gary Wealthall

Where is the Industry Headed?

Gary presented a time-line of key developments in groundwater monitoring technologies, from the introduction of conventional monitoring wells in the 1950’s, to the late 1970’s when the first multilevel groundwater monitoring systems were produced.


Solinst Symposium on High Resolution, Depth-Discrete Groundwater Monitoring – Benefits & Importance

On November 7, 2013, we held our fourth “Solinst Symposium” here at our facility in Georgetown, Ontario, Canada. The Symposium theme was “High Resolution, Depth-Discrete Groundwater Monitoring – Benefits & Importance”.


New Guidance Document Provides Better Investigations for Better Decision Making

Guy Patrick had the Symposium audience fully engaged with his presentation of the new site characterization guidance document for British Columbia. The new guidance is designed to allow environmental consultants to meet government requirements, as well as meet monetary and time constraints put on them by clients. It aims to do this by providing answers […]