Author: aardvark

Canadian Salt Company, Windsor

In Windsor, ON there is salt deep below the earth’s surface. Our friends at Windsor Salt have a network of deep wells installed way back in the ‘50’s. These wells are used to inject fresh water and extra brine water

Bermuda Approach Channel Drilling

Now the Super Ships can dock at Heritage and King’s Wharf but they cannot get there.  We are drilling off a large barge in many locations throughout the approach channel system to help engineers and planners figure out how much

Waterloo Wellington Children’s Groundwater Festival

At the end of May, Aardvark once again participated in the annual Waterloo Wellington Children’s Groundwater Festival. The Festival brings together the expertise of educators, groundwater specialists and members of industry and government to provide students in grade 2 through

Suriname, South America

Geotechnical drilling at a gold mine in the middle of the jungle.  First couple months were hot and sunny.  Then came the rain…and did it ever rain!

Igloolik, Nunavut

We loaded all our gear on a really big plane in Ottawa and flew to Iqaluit.  Then to Igloolik. The task at hand – BQ coring permafrost to test the geology, and install temperature probes under the local Public School…very

Bermuda at the Docks (Heritage and King’s Wharfs)

The ‘Super Cruise Ships’ cannot dock in Bermuda.  Geotechnical drilling using our HQ3 diamond drilling equipment to collect geological data deep below the surface will allow engineers to design adequate docking facilities for the super ships.  

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