Efficiency of Tree depollution

In certain cases of aquifer pollution, it is possible to use a bioremediation system using trees to pump and treat the groundwater.

But once this system is in place, how can we prove that it is working properly and quantify its effectiveness?

Groundwater fluxes are measured in piezometers located close to the trees’ root systems.

Thanks to its continuous flux measurement system, Nagaré technology makes it possible to monitor and quantify the efficiency of tree pumping.