Environmental Water Monitoring

How do you monitor water quality to protect communities and the environment?

Tracking and tracing nutrients and contamination in water helps create better environments.

Catchment groups, individual farmers, businesses, Regional Councils, Iwis and local communities are all facing similar issues when it comes to the improvement and management of New Zealand’s freshwater quality; the ability to accurately monitor ponds, rivers, tributaries and surrounding water bodies through the tracking and tracing of nutrients in freshwater attribute levels. Understanding on a deeper level of the local weather conditions, including rain run-off and soil penetration is key in developing a better understanding of the health and happenings of the catchment ecosystem.

Tracking and tracing nutri- ents and contamination in water helps create better environments.
Tracking and tracing nutri- ents and contamination in water helps create better environments.

Tracking and tracing nutrients and contamination in water helps create better environments.

Catchment groups, individual farmers, businesses, Regional Councils, Iwis and local communities are all facing similar issues when it comes to the improvement and management of New Zealand’s freshwater quality; the ability to accurately monitor ponds, rivers, tributaries and surrounding water bodies through the tracking and tracing of nutrients in freshwater attribute levels. Understanding on a deeper level the local weather conditions, including rain run-off, and soil penetration is key in developing a better understanding of the health and happenings of the catchment ecosystem.

Continuous water monitoring creates valuable data to aid in water quality and catchment area decision making.

Continuous water monitoring creates valuable data to aid in water quality and catchment area decision making.

Adroit water monitoring solutions can provide real-time, continuous monitoring of nitrates, TSS, ph/ ORP, turbidity, temperature, conductivity, salinity and dissolved oxygen. This data is measured via highly accurate and factory calibrated sensors connected to a Libelium data controller.

The solution has the option of adding chlorophyll A and/or upgrading the sensor configurations so FTU / NTU / TSS, TOC, NO3 or TSS, COD, BOD, NO3 can also be monitored. The Libelium controller transfers data to the Adroit IoT Platform, where it can then be viewed via a web browser or mobile app, with customisable dashboards, reporting, and alerting. Data can be exported or accessed via a set of APIs.

Adroit environmental water monitoring solutions are used for:

environmental water monitoring solutions for lakes

Lakes

environmental water monitoring solutions for streams

Streams

environmental water monitoring solutions for ponds

Ponds

environmental water monitoring solutions for rivers

Rivers

environmental water monitoring solutions for catchments

Catchments

Our most popular environmental water monitoring kits

ADROIT UV NITRATE WATER MONITORING KIT

Adroit Nitrate Water Monitoring Kit #1_3

ADROIT PH/ORP, TURBIDITY SONDE WATER MONITORING KIT

Adroit Water Monitoring Sonde Kit #1-5
For more information about Adroit environmental monitoring solutions contact us now.

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