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Water Testing

We offer personalised water testing services, including:

  • Water Sampling & Testing
  • Water Quality Monitoring
  • Water Vulnerability Assessments
  • Water Tank Disinfection
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Mapping Development

GIS (Geographic Information Systems)

With the newest technology and software available, those with a limited geographical background will have the advantage to comprehend data of high importance like never before. This data can include points, lines or polygons of spatially collected information which can be analyzed, interpreted and portrayed as a map.

GIS offers the ability to visually display a variety of geographical information allowing for analysis to be conducted, patterns to be discovered and data to be interpreted. In today’s every changing environment integrating data collected from the field or from past historical statistics has allowed for trends to be understood and displayed in the form of maps, reports and charts. EnviroExperts are equipped to collect field data necessary to conduct GIS but will also accept self collected data.

Maps can be a great way to visually process and express information which could otherwise be unknown. Although static maps cannot be manipulated, GIS allows these maps to be modified, reflecting real time information which can help influence otherwise hard to make choices.


GIS contains powerful tools which can be applied to many different types of industries adding value and effectiveness.

Some of the industries which EnviroExperts-Africa specialize in include:

  • Environmental agencies
  • Identifying contaminated and risk areas, patterns, frequency, site assessments.

  • Hazardous Materials
  • Identifying chemical impact and cleanup remediation.

  • Emergency Response
  • Planning quickest routes, patterns, frequency.

  • Agriculture
  • Analysing crop yields, land surveys.

  • Mining
  • Geological monitoring, impact assessments.

  • Health
  • Tracking patterns and frequency, health impact assessments.

  • Forestry
  • Inventory and management of resources.

  • Transporting
  • Logistics monitoring routes.

  • Epidemiology
  • Track diseases.

  • Police
  • Crime mapping.