Monitor water quality in construction sites to reduce environmental impact

Water Monitoring in Construction

How do you monitor water quality in construction sites to reduce environmental impact?

Construction site storm water and run-off can affect water quality in catchment areas.

Construction 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. Stormwater that contains run-off from construction sites can be a factor in the water quality of surrounding areas. 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 a catchment ecosystem.
Construction site storm water and run-off can affect water quality
Construction site storm water and run-off can affect water quality

Construction site storm water and run-off can affect water quality in catchment areas.

Construction 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. Stormwater that contains run-off from construction sites can be a factor in the water quality of surrounding areas. 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 a catchment ecosystem.
Water quality data can help identify contamination issues

Water quality data can help identify environment triggers and links to contamination issues.

Continuous monitoring of water quality in and around construction sites can be achieved by measuring the daily fluxes in the water quality – particularly in stormwater and run-off. Weather conditions/events and
soil monitoring also play a major part in water quality. Adroit continuous monitoring solutions create rich data sets using highly accurate and reliable sensors. Data
is transferred to an easy to use dashboard accessible from any connected device including mobile. Real-time water quality monitoring creates data that enables parameter alarms and notifications. Data can be compared for trends and establish different environment triggers/links. It can also monitor the success of other programmes being conducted at the location, such as planting/fencing initiatives.

Adroit water monitoring solutions are used for:

Water Monitoring in Construction for rivers

Rivers

Water Monitoring in Construction

Construction

Water Monitoring in Construction Waterways

Waterways

Water Monitoring in Construction on the effect on Streams

Streams

Water Monitoring in Construction controlling Stormwater

Stormwater

Our most popular water monitoring kits

ADROIT PH/ORP, TURBIDITY SONDE WATER MONITORING KIT

ADROIT PH:ORP, TURBIDITY SONDE WATER MONITORING KIT

ADROIT TEMPERATURE, DISSOLVED OXYGEN WATER SENSOR KIT

ADROIT TEMPERATURE, DISSOLVED OXYGEN WATER SENSOR KIT

For more information about Adroit water monitoring solutions contact us now.

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