Mesa Used for Environmental Injection

Katelyn Heiner —  July 3, 2014 — Leave a comment

Mesa & environmental injection machine

W&M Environmental Group, Inc. provides environmental services to clients in a variety of industries, including Real Estate Due Diligence, Industrial Environmental Health & Safety, Natural Resources, and Industrial Hygiene/Safety. They’ve also been using the Mesa® Rugged Notepad for their data collection needs, particularly for environmental injection projects.

Environmental injection is a type of environmental remediation in which minimally-invasive chemicals are injected below ground to treat contamination, using a machine like this.

Environmental injection machine

This injectant may consist of synthetic chemicals developed for specific contaminants, or it may even be a food source, such as molasses or cheese whey, for naturally-occurring microbes.

W&M is using the Mesa to track the numerous types of data that must be collected at the time of injection. Once the data is collected, it is synced to a central enterprise database where it can be used by project stakeholders. Before using the Mesa, W&M was recording all of this data with pen & paper and manually typing it into a spreadsheet. Needless to say, they’re loving the convenience of the Mesa.

We thought this was an interesting application and thought we’d share it with you. Read the entire story here.

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Katelyn Heiner

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I'm a marketing specialist at Juniper Systems, and I love what I do! As a part of the marketing team, it seems like we constantly flirt with the line between work and play, so every day is always entertaining! When I'm not working, you can find me getting my work out on, cooking up something in the kitchen, or playing the piano.

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