Knowledge of the soil and underground, of its structural and compositional characteristics, is of the utmost importance for the identification and correct exploitation of resources, such as water.
Laser Lab can offer consultancy services for the preparation of sampling and characterization plans and, thanks to specialized technicians, offers sampling possibilities throughout the Italian territory.
All parameters required by current legislation (D.Lgs. 3 aprile 2006, n. 152) are analysed, including dioxins, high-resolution furans, PCBs, pesticides, PAHs, VOCs, metals, hydrocarbons, asbestos, etc. It characterizes sites intended for industrial / commercial use but also for green / residential use.
Laser Lab prepares sampling plans and propaedeutic analysis for the development of Risk Analysis. As a special service we offer the speciation of metals to differentiate their elemental form from the ionic one.
The main sediment analysis performed by Laser Lab include:
In agriculture it is important to know the chemical-physical characteristics of the soil, as they deeply affect the quality of the various agricultural crops.
For this reason, the routine analysis of the soil is an essential support to identify the nutrient elements deficient in agricultural production, but also for shortcomings and / or excesses of elements and for establishing the agricultural practices used.
Laser Lab performs the analysis on the ground, so that suitable and specific fertilization plans can be prepared.
The term fertilizer includes substances which, due to their content in nutritional elements or their chemical, physical or biological characteristics, contribute to the improvement of the fertility of the agricultural soil or to the nourishment of cultivated plants or to their better development.
Fertilizers are divided into:
They are subject to current legislation, the legislative decree of 29 April 2010 n. 75
LabAnalysis is able to satisfy the needs of customers by carrying out the analysis of the main parameters required internally.
For further information on SoilContact Us