DGFZ e.V. has been regularly offering professional events in in-service adult qualification since 1999 and thus contributes to vocational education for sustainable development (ESD). Since 2008 we have been working according to the Quality Management Environmental Education (certification 2008, re-certification 2012 and 2016). Application-oriented training seminars with a practical part are offered on topics of daily engineering and consulting practice in the field of groundwater and soil. In addition, the basic and advanced training of experts in soil protection and contaminated sites in accordance with §18 BBodSchG and §36 GewO is organized in accordance with the subject areas of the BBodSchV. Recognized experts from industry, authorities and research institutions are available as speakers.
Engineering & consulting companies
- open casual atmosphere
- discussions with speakers & participants
- small number of participants (max. 16 persons)
- optimal equipment in our house
We are looking forward to meeting you. (The regular languare is German.)
Groundwater / Contaminated Sites
Soil / Soil water / Soil air
Groundwater, Surface Water, Sediment
Drinking Water, Waste Water
Waste according to LAGA guideline PN98 & M20
Pumping Tests: Planning, Execution, Evaluation
Subsidence in Construction
Groundwater Monitoring Wells
Assessment of Representativeness & technical Condition
Regeneration and Deconstruction
PhreeqC:geochemistry in soil & groundwater
PCGEOFIM: montane hydrological program system
numerical or geochemical basics
application possibilities of near-surface geophysics
measurement techniques in ground and surface water
waste rock pile cover and waste rock pile water balance
Are you interested in the above topics?
We also offer INHOUSE TRAININGS!
DGFZ e.V. acts both as organizer of its own conferences and workshops and as organizer on behalf of third parties. For example, it was involved in the ITVA Symposium with Saxon Colloquium on Contaminated Sites 2016, the International IMWA Annual Congress 2016 (organization of a workshop and the Mid Conference Excursions), and the BWK Federal Congress 2009. Examples of organized workshops are the BWK seminar "Heavy Rain and Flood Prevention", as well as Ecoprofit method workshops and KORA status and final seminars.
The DGFZ e.V. regularly organizes the Dresden Groundwater Days and the Saxon Colloquium on Contaminated Sites. Both events take place alternately every 2 years
Further education & conferences
Heidi Sonntag (M.Sc.)
Phone: +49 351 40506 76
(Mon - Fri, 9 am - 2 pm)