Our laboratory is accredited by the Polish Centre for Accreditation. Every year we carry out over 200 000 analyses of nearly 35 000 samples of soil, water and sediments.
We undertake comprehensive interpretations of geophysical data, which plays an important role in recognising the geological structure of Poland, identification of mineral resources as well as environmental protection.
We carry out geological testing of soil and ground surface for the purpose of reliable expert assessments and technical documentations defining safe localisations for large infrastructure projects.
We undertake detailed studies of a geological structure of the bottom of the Baltic Sea and its coastal areas as well as geodynamic processes that occur at the point of contact between land and sea.
We undertake comprehensive studies that define directions for oil and gas prospecting and extraction in Poland.
We advise how geology can be used to raise touristic attractiveness of a region. Together with local administration we create geological sites, nature and geological trails as well as geo-parks.
We compile digital geological, geo-environmental and hydrogeological maps. We are the head producer and coordinator of the Digital Geological Map of Poland in the scale of 1:50 000.
We use paleontological data for interpreting stratigraphical studies, petroleum geology and paleoenvironmental studies.
We offer comprehensive mineralogical and petrographic tests. We own the most advanced electron microprobe (Cameca SX100) in Europe, used for electron microscopy and chemical analysis in a micro-field.
We provide consultancy services in the area of geohazards. Among our clients are governmental and local administration as well as companies representing private sector.
We offer comprehensive services with respect to editing of geological publications. Every year we publish over 1000 author's/publisher's sheets.
Since 2006, we have been conducting an inventory of areas at risk of landslides in Poland (System Ochrony Przeciwosuwiskowej). The project includes monitoring of landslide areas at ground surface and in subterrain.
We gather and make geological data available to the public. We develop and continuously update the biggest geological databases in Poland (National Geological Archive and HYDRO Bank).