Exploration and management of groundwater resources in the bedrock
Although they are found in the subsurface of many regions around the world, bedrock aquifers (in granite, schist, gneiss bedrock, etc.) have long been considered as not particularly productive, and very complex to study. BRGM has developed new methods and techniques in order to find, manage and protect groundwater resources more effectively in these environments.
Rainwater infiltration beneath former industrial sites and contaminated wasteland
BRGM is offering its support to project developers by providing tailored solutions for controlled rainwater infiltration beneath former industrial sites and contaminated wasteland to prevent groundwater degradation.
Vulnerability of the environment to industrial activities
BRGM helps you rank the vulnerability of the environment around your industrial assets in order to control the risks to surface and ground water in the event of a spill of hazardous products.
Characterising a water resource to optimise it
Do you want to exploit a water resource? Do you have a bottling project? Is water used in your industrial process or on a farm, or do you aim to supply drinking water to a community? BRGM offers its support for identifying and characterising water resources with tools adapted to your needs to monitor the evolution of the resource.
POCTEFA OPCC-2: cooperative development and implementation of the strategy for a Pyrenean Climate Change Observatory
8 Jun 2021
MISP: a tool for estimating the impact of pollution on groundwater
MISP is an analytical model that calculates the impact on groundwater of a pollution source above the water table.