Royal Eijkelkamp is involved globally in countless soil and water-related projects. Royal Eijkelkamp also undertakes pilot projects in cooperation with local partners.
By order of the Sri Lankan Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources Management, Royal Eijkelkamp will realise a groundwater monitoring network in various regions of the South Asian country.
The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) is using Eijkelkamp's Smart Lysimeter to measure evaporation in a new and independent way at the National Atmosphere Observatory.
As transport by water is set to increase in the coming years, the Dutch Twente canals need to be widened. Groundwater levels are monitored before, during, and after the works in the project area.
For a geo-technical survey on Mjøsa Lake in Norway our sonic drilling equipment was used for undisturbed sampling, sonic sampling and – parallel to the sampling – a complete CPTu test from a barge.
The provincial government of Limburg (the Netherlands) uses MP 1 submersible pumps for their groundwater quality monitoring network
Belgian drilling company Geosonda completed a sediment sampling project on the Ghent–Terneuzen Canal. It was carried out from a barge using the SRS ML drill with AquaLock 70 sampling system.