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Hydro-geological Assessment Services

Hydro-geological investigations define the nature, movement and extent of regulated constituents at or below the surface of the earth, as well as provide a scientific basis for environmental management decisions regarding remediation.

Clean surface water and ground water resources are important for drinking water and influence our quality of life. As a result, the Michigan Water Resources Commission Act 245 Part 4 and EPQ 40 Code of Federal Regulations, Section 122.21 established water quality requirements to protect groundwater supply.

Prior to implementing full-scale hydro-geological studies, there is a need for preliminary planning techniques such as Phase II geophysical/geochemical surveys, subsurface soil gas studies, and soil sampling plan rationale. These define potential source areas, determine optimum soil boring/groundwater monitoring well locations and provide cost effective solutions.

Service Environmental Engineering, Inc. has a fully integrated network computer system which can be utilized to model techniques and to study sampling and data grids potentiometric surfaces, draw down, and volumetrics. Modelling activities are utilized to simulate complex groundwater systems to perform:

These services are typically utilized for specific client projects such as:


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