survey will enable you to make
fully informed decisions about
possible groundwater developments.
We provide cost-effective, high value,
advanced information and advice.
We efficiently identify and
the best drilling locations, principally
on major vertical or sub-vertical
geostructural aquifers such as faults,
joint fissures, fracture zones, and
sometimes dyke margins. These act as
major conduits for groundwater flow
in nearly all rock formations, and are
favourably disposed for intersection
by vertical boreholes.
We aim to locate the best accessible
groundwater sources in terms of yield
and quality needs, and to assess
individual productive depth ranges
and sustainable yields, taking all
environmental and logistical factors
into account before carefully selecting
the exact site or sites to be drilled.
This enables the matching of sources
to clients water supply requirements,
often in places where prospects
have previously seemed poor,
and even where previous attempts
may have failed.
Such precision cannot yet be achieved
by any other method, and the
techniques are quick, non-intrusive,
and highly cost effective.
The method involves selective sensory
mapping, measuring, and forecasting.
We use a combination of scientific
knowledge and logical goal-oriented
divining to pinpoint the best / most
appropriate sources, measure precise
depths, and forecast sustainable yields.
Bates, Geodivining International