Exploratory analysis of extraction sites
Geochemical analysis is a methodology of soil investigation to assess the presence and concentration of chemical elements in soils. These chemical elements can be of natural or anthropogenic origin and can affect the health of the soil and the surrounding environment.
Geochemical analysis relies on the use of instruments such as mass spectrometers or scanning electron microscopes, which allow the presence and concentration of chemical elements to be assessed in soil samples. By using this technology, scientists are able to identify the presence of contaminants, such as heavy metals, organic compounds and other elements.
Geochemical analysis is used in a variety of areas, such as agricultural soil management, soil pollution assessment, characterization of contaminated industrial sites, and assessment of the environmental effects of anthropogenic activities such as mining or oil exploitation.
Pietro Fiorentini uses state-of-the-art technology and precise analytical tools to provide our clients with accurate and reliable information on the quality of their soils. Our range of geochemical testing services includes soil characterization, soil pollution assessment, hydrocarbon exploration, and other items of interest to the petroleum industry. We use the data obtained from our analyses to provide detailed and reliable information to extraction companies, helping them make informed decisions regarding the management of their exploration sites.