Is it worth it?
By sharing your data of the subsurface, like data of groundwater monitoring data, you contribute in a meaningful way to new developments. Reliable information and expertise of the subsurface contribute to lesser costs of failure for the community in various construction projects, to safer constructions and to a sustainable future. If together we give the subsurface the attention it deserves, we could benefit now and in the future. Therefore, a lot of effort is put in the realisation of the Dutch National Key Registry of the Subsurface (Basisregistratie Ondergrond, BRO).
BRO: what does that mean for groundwater monitoring data?
Due to the BRO, delivery of data to DINO has changed. It could be that from now on you are - obligated by law to register certain data in the BRO, like data of groundwater monitoring data. Read more about this on basisregistratieondergrond.nl/english. Therefore, registration groundwater monitoring data in DINO will be terminated at 1 January 2021. You can read more about it in this news item (in Dutch).