SampleServe Specializes In Collecting Environmental Samples, Data Automation & Environmental Reporting.
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SampleServe is thrilled to be selected as 1 of the 10 companies moving forward for the Scale Up North Emerging Business Award.
We are looking for Beta users to jump on board and start using our software to provide feedback. In exchange you get the software free of charge and help improve the software fields, process, and usability.
Everything you need to create comprehensive and accurate environmental report graphics in minutes without the cost of AutoCAD or GIS staff.
Top 4 Benefits: Digital Chain-Of-Custody; Go Paperless! , Real-Time View & Notification, Log Samples In Seconds & Eliminate Transcription Errors, Digital Lab COC Login Checklist
We get asked this all the time, so we thought we’d shed some light on the subject.
Be honest with yourself, right now, you don’t have to tell anybody out loud, just answer this question in your head. Have you ever exaggerated your time on a time sheet, even just a little bit? The billable hour methodology for completing work, sometimes referred to as time and materials, is used primarily because it’s tradition. It’s been used since the beginning of the environmental industry because it was hard at first to determine a scope of work for certain tasks and projects.
"Civilization advances by extending the number of important operations which we can perform without thinking of them." - Alfred North Whitehead
Over the years I've heard a lot of explanations regarding groundwater elevations and subsequent increases and/or decreases in contaminant levels and the presence and disappearance of free product. I've heard people argue that increasing water levels increases contamination, and I've also heard the opposite. The question or debate is does groundwater elevation influence contaminant levels? Furthermore, does groundwater elevation influence the presence or absence of free product?
Selecting a remedial approach can be a complicated task. The process is based on identifying desired clean-up goals, sensitive issues that could affect a remediation strategy (e.g. proximity to drinking water wells, surface waters, other sensitive receptors or public perception/relations), and costs.
Our Story ***Please note the SampleServe Software and programs have been majorly updated since this post was created.
Some of you may recall, back in April of 2013 I wrote an article comparing many of the various multi-parameter meters on the market. You can view that article here. Well, at the end of that article, I mentioned my "thoughts and dreams" about what I would like to see in a good multi-meter in the future. Shortly after that article was posted, I was sent a link to a webpage for a new meter that very closely resembled my "dream machine". The link took me to a webpage by In-Situ.