Monitoring Well Sampling

Ground water samples are collected using low flow sampling techniques* and flow through sampling cells which minimize risk of cross contamination and provides a more accurate representation of ground water quality (purge and bail techniques also available).

All our field technicians are well trained and experienced.  With handling all routine sampling, all basic parameters are measured at every site, every time, for one price. 

Parameters include:  

  • Photo Location/Documentation
  • Depth to Water
  • Water Level Elevation
  • Depth to Free Product
  • Free Product Level Elevation
  • Free Product Thickness
  • Temperature
  • Conductivity
  • Turbidity
  • pH
  • Dissolved Oxygen
  • Oxygen Reduction Potential

 *U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 1 Low Stress (low flow) Purging and Sampling Procedure for the Collection of Ground Water Samples from Monitoring Wells, July 30, 1996, Revision 2. Other methods used when required by the client.

Typical 3 volumes purge sampling (commonly know as bailer sampling) is also available.