‘Monitoring water is monitoring the very foundation of our business’

Refresco Group, Europe’s largest manufacturer of soft drinks and fruit juices, monitors the groundwater and spring water levels at its site in Hoensbroek via Smart Sensoring developed by Eijkelkamp Soil & Water.

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Complete Water Balance for Rijnland Water Authority

In May 2017, the Rijnland Water Authority started using measuring equipment that helps provide better insight into the impact of climate change on water management. This involves three Eijkelkamp Smart Lysimeter measuring stations, which in addition to evapotranspiration data also provide data about the amount of precipitation, wind and soil moisture.

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From black past to green future

‘It’s become steadily busier here underground. It’s essential to plan well. And that’s what occupies us daily in Heerlen municipality’s Spatial and Economic Development department.'

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From 6 Belgian knights to groundwater monitoring

‘We save a hundred hours because all data is now automatically sent to the Eijkelkamp web portal.' Pieter Careel - Production Operations Coördinator - Affligem Brouwerij.

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Baseline measurement Natura 2000 site Binnenveld

The Binnenveld has been a Natura 2000 site since 2014. For the preservation and improvement of the site, a baseline measurement will be established via monitoring.

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CHAIN - Agriculture in cooperation with nature

The Danube region is a major international hydrological basin and ecological corridor. This requires a regional approach to nature conservation, spatial planning and water management.

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LoRa sensors used in soil moisture monitoring network in The Hague

The municipality of The Hague wanted to gain insight into the change in soil moisture. This had to occur in an easy, wireless and economical manner. That’s why Eijkelkamp Soil & Water opted to set up a LoRa monitoring network of soil moisture sensors for this project.

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Unique Chinese wetland park monitors water 24/7

In Deyang, China, a unique, 3-hectare, park combines a recreational wetland park, an artificial groundwater recharge facility and a drinking water production plant. The whole water system, from intake to effluent, is constantly monitored.

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Groundwater monitoring at the San Andres Isles

The island of San Andres, depends currently for over 80% on groundwater for its watersupply.

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Hydrological effects of revegetation on hillsides

The Baviaanskloof is an extremely arid and heavily degraded area as the result of farming. This means it is hard for the soil to retain the little rainwater that falls, causing serious erosion.

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