For whom?

Recommended for complex groundwater projects

Flux measurements provide useful information about what is happening underground. They enable us to measure how much (mass) pollution moves and how fast pollution moves with groundwater.

These types of measurements are mainly used for integrity monitoring, optimisation of the remediation design, providing evidence and determining the direction & speed for groundwater management.


Flux measurements measure the extent to which the integrity of certain limits or installations has been breached. This may be the integrity of a water extraction, for example. Flux measurements measure which quantified risks are present. This also makes it possible to determine which risks and threats may arise in the future.

Remedial Design

Optimizing your remediation design based on how the contamination spreads can reduce the costs of a remediation project. In order to map this out, flux measurements are used in all kinds of industries.


By determining the flow direction of pollution, endless discussions about who is responsible for the pollution of an area are avoided. Flux measurements provide an objective benchmark for resolving disputes.

Groundwater Dynamics

By understanding the dynamics of groundwater, processes in groundwater management can be optimized. To do this, a digital sensor has been developed that maps these dynamics in real time.

Which contaminants can we measure?

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