Soil Monitoring

Over the past few decades, soil monitoring has become increasingly important. Environmental factors such as climate change, dwindling water resources, and threatened habitats are driving the need to monitor the environment and implement better policies to protect it.

Soil is an important natural resource, just as the air and water that surround us are. Receiving accurate and instantaneous information on soil moisture content, salinity, temperature, and other parameters is important. Soil Sensors are used in the field and soil samples are collected and analysed in the Laboratory.

Ecomen has a team of experienced geologists and geo hydrologists to assess the soil and land properties for more accuracy. We are working on soil monitoring projects across India, and our experts are enthusiastic to face any new challenges in assessing new land patterns.

Ecomen has NABL accredited laboratory, which provides soil testing services for chemical and geotechnical properties: 

Types of Soil Monitoring

Project location sites
Road & Railway sites
Agricultural lands
Landfill sites

Ecomen offered services: