Registering Geothermal storage systems
However environmentally friendly, there are risks associated with placing geothermal storage systems. Drilling through different soil layers allows – if not sealed properly – the mixing of water from separate layers. Excessive temperature changes as a result of this water mixing have an influence on the biological activity, the chemical equilibrium, the groundwater table as well as the attracting of contaminants. Leaks in the system constitute an additional threat to the environment.
Registration in Nazca-i Soil
In order to identify these risks better, Nazca-i Soil offers its users the possibility to register geothermal storage systems as an entity (in addition to drilling points, tanks, etc.) to a location or independently in a separate module. This allows users to see at a glance where which type of geothermal storage system is. In addition Nazca-i Soil shows whether the installation has already been installed or whether an application process has started.