Our sensors are widely used in water treatment industries for environmental, water utility and water process plant monitoring. With real-time display and a RAG alert systems we can look at:
- Drinking and wastewater
- Bacteria and organic loading
- Algae detection in reservoirs
- Hydrocarbon contamination of water sources
- Eutrophication in Cattle Farming
- Effluent water monitoring in outflows
Ocean acidification, eutrophication and a rise in temperature are causing widespread problems including an increase prevalence of algal blooms. Algal photosynthesis, accounts for 50% of total on Earth and plays a key role in sustaining atmospheric oxygen & fixing carbon dioxide. High-precision, in-situ, multi-parameter sensors for oceanographic monitoring important for understanding ocean health.
- Algal monitoring
- Nitrate, Phospahte, Iron
- Primary productivity estimation
- Hydrocarbon monitoring in ports and coastal areas
- CDOM/ FDOM
- Dye tracing
- Ocean Acidification
- Environmental pH
- Nutrient monitoring
Aquaculture is the fastest-growing animal-food-producing sector in the world. Marine and land based operations require real-time monitoring of water quality parameters such as algal biomass, cyanobacteria and pollution.With increasing favour over traditional methods and laboratory analysis due to the high cost and labour required. Reducing environmental impact to ensure fish remain healthy. Our technologies include wireless real-time monitoring systems.
- Mutli-Buoy pH, conductivity, DO, temperature
- Calibration-free pH
- Phosphate, Nitrate, Silicate
Ballast Water Compliance
Port state authorities, ship repair yards and field testing companies will require to test treated ballast water to ensure ships are meeting regulatory standards. In the process of moving 90% of the world’s freight, shipping transfers approximately ten billion tons of ballast water around the world every year. It is one of the biggest vectors for invasive species’ pathways.
- Quick & cost-effective – compliance level test in under 10 minutes decreasing need for shore-based laboratory involvement
- IMO D2 & USCG Discharge Standards (10 to 50 µm range)
- Red Amber Green (RAG) alert system for ease of use
Water quality, public beaches , harmful algal bloom (HAB) monitoring, civil engineering, dye tracing, ecosystem and freshwater biology studies.
- Rivers, streams, lakes, reservoirs, springs, ponds, groundwater, public drinking water supplies and private wells.
- Dye tracing
- Pollution surveillance & investigative monitoring
- Point source pollution tracking
- Road and airport apron run-off monitoring
- Pollution ingress into infrastructures, construction
- Monitoring industrial effluent discharge in natural waters
Acidification processes in soils, freshwaters, and oceans are natural processes. However, human activities have considerably accelerated acidification by enhancing natural processes as well as by changing dynamics, balances, and pathways.
This environmental impact on foundational species like coral, phytoplankton, and shellﬁsh will have cascading effects on community structure, food, biogeochemical cycling, and commercial ﬁsheries.
- Calibration-free pH for oceanographic, source water and aquifer monitoring
- High-precision Phosphate, Nitrate,Silicate and Iron
- Environmental pH