Inspiring reference group meeting

Just before Christmas the whole project team and the reference group gathered for half a day workshop, which turned out to be an inspiring day. After the first year of preparations and baseline measurements on the three sites Hagfors, Alingsås and Färgaren there was a...

Update on Alingsås site October

During October, it has been full activity at the Alingsås site. Base line measurements with DCIP has been carried out, as well as groundwater sampling (both PBGC and CSIA). After that, a DCIP-monitoring system has been digged down in the ground together with...

Seminar with the Scientific Advisory Group

In connection with Near Surface Geoscience 2017 in Malmö a seminar was organised at Lund University on 4 September, taking advantage of the presence of Prof. Panagiotis Tsourlos, University of Thessaloniki in Greece, Prof. Jason Gerhard, Western University in Canada,...

First MIRACHL MSc report and Near Surface conference

Anna Wiberg and Hedda Jönsson will present their M.Sc. thesis: "Application of ERT and IP for localisation of chlorinated hydrocarbons at a former dry-cleaning -   A study investigating the geology and contamination of PCE at Hagforstvätten" Time: 11:15 on Friday 1...

Thermal PCE remediation equipment at site Färgaren being installed

Since two weeks ago, the contractor Veolia is installing the remediation equipment at site Färgaren, Kristianstad. More than one hundred thermal elements are to be installed to a depth of approximately 20 m. Before each thermal element is installed a casing of metal...

DCIP measurements for MIRACHL project in Hagfors

The DCIP measurements at the Hagfors site are continuing their second week and so far the weather has been very varied, experiencing both sunburn and snow storm. The schedule is to measure one line each day since the terrain is tough and it takes time to aquire data...

MIRACHL at Cleaner Soils Spring Meeting 2017 in Malmö

MIRACHL was represented both on stage and in the poster session as well as in the Tyréns booth, where the visitors could leave the real world for a moment and enter another reality - the virtual reality (VR). In the booth the guests could trot around down in the clay...