Ground water management

Natural groundwater resources are subject to increasing demand for agriculture, domestic and industrial use.

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Ground water management

In addition, groundwater is a potential pathway for contamination of development sites, both in the context of historic land contamination as well as through new development involving significant excavation, drainage or filling works.

BMT can assist with the effective measurement, monitoring and analysis of groundwater drawing upon our scientific knowledge and practical understanding of soils, climate and aquifer characteristics as well as a sound understanding of groundwater hydrology and interaction with surface waters.