Sampling Plans

The dispersion of a contaminant on soil depends fundamentally on the nature of the contaminant itself, on the soil properties and on the hydrogeological context. Therefore, knowing the geology, the hydrogeology, and their relation with the chemical constituents of the contaminant, is essential to establish effective sampling plans.

Effective sampling plans, based on geostatistical approaches, are a distinctive contribution to attain useful data.

The involvement our technical staff in the definition of sampling plans contributes to a more accurate evaluation of uncertainties and risks, and to reduce the potential costs associated with actions of assessment and remediation.