Should Site Assessments Be Conducted Through Traditional Sampling, Groundwater Monitoring Wells, or Direct Sensing Methods?

Monday, 16 May 2016

 It is safe to say that 99% of all site assessments are either conducted through traditional sampling, groundwater monitoring wells, or direct sensing methods. As a leading site investigation partner to environmental consultants throughout North America and Hawaii, COLUMBIA Technologies specializes in soil and groundwater contamination assessments.

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Tagged under: Laser Induced Fluorescence, Membrane Interface Probe, News, SmartData Solutions®

Do Comprehensive Site Assessments and Better Data with Multiple Technology Integration Make a Difference?

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

 

 

Would a comprehensive site assessment and better data with multiple technology integration make a difference in your overall scope? Before you answer that question, think about whether or not having better, more accurate, and real-time information would motivate you to change your investigation technique on your next project. Are you actually interested in having data that accurately...

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Tagged under: Hydraulic Profiling Tool (HPT), Membrane Interface Probe (MIP), News, SmartData Solutions®

High Resolution Site Characterization

Tuesday, 29 June 2010

COLUMBIA Technologies is always striving to provide the tools and the best practices available. Our High Resolution Site Characterization toolbox, a combination of our leading services provided throughout North America and Hawaii includes:

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Tagged under: Laser Induced Fluorescence, Membrane Interface Probe, Mobile Labs, News, SmartData Solutions®

Developers go underground with help of COLUMBIA Technologies

Thursday, 06 May 2010

Article originally featured in The Daily Record May 6, 2010 Issue

 

 

One of the companies in the new Maryland Clean Energy Incubator at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County is trying to make real estate development easier and faster.

Columbia Technologies, launched by two engineers in 1999, uses sensors to determine what kind of pollution is underneath a future or existing building...

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Tagged under: COLUMBIA Technologies, John Sohl, News, SmartData Solutions®

TCE Contamination Logged Using MIP with SmartData Solutions®

Monday, 21 September 2009

Article originally featured in the Probing Times, the official newsletter of Geoprobe Systems® Fall 2009 Issue

 A warehousing facility for an equipment manufacturer had undergone several rounds of investigation and remediation to determine the extent of TCE contamination. The distribution of TCE on this several acre site in Los Angeles County, CA, was strongly controlled by thin-layer...

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Tagged under: COLUMBIA Technologies, Membrane Interface Probe, MIP, News, SmartData Solutions®

Baltimore County Company Making Green by Helping Others Stay Green

Friday, 01 July 2005

Article originally featured in The Daily Record July 1, 2005 Issue

 

A green company that saves businesses greenbacks. What could be better than that? Nothing, say executives at Columbia Technologies LLC.

"We have a broad appeal," said Ned Tillman, president and co-founder. "Environmental types like us for our less invasive procedures, but businesses like us because we can save them a lot...

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Tagged under: COLUMBIA Technologies, John Sohl, News, SmartData Solutions®

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