Our team provides detailed EnISSA-MIP investigations to the consulting community, problem owners or contracters. The EnISSA method uses a GCMS system which is connected to the MIP by an innovative gas sampling system. Individual components can be characterised with low detection limits in the µg/l range. It is possible to qualify and semi-quantify pollutants within the time frame of conventional MIP. Our on-site operators are experienced in the data interpretation and are able to give real-time feedback during a dynamic sampling plan. Typically each 30 cm, concentration data for individual compounds are generated and graphed on-line together with soil structure (EC and/or CPT). This allows the operator to determine the location of the contaminant, the relative concentration and the soil layer in which the contaminant is located.
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