Water and wastewater monitoring involves the systematic, continuous analysis of water quality to ensure its safety for consumption, recreation, and environmental health. This critical process employs advanced technologies and instruments to detect and quantify various contaminants, such as bacteria, viruses, heavy metals, nutrients, chemicals, and pharmaceuticals.

By continuously tracking these contaminants, water and wastewater monitoring helps identify pollution sources, assess the effectiveness of water treatment processes, and provide data for regulatory compliance and policy development. This information is crucial for protecting public health, as contaminated water can lead to a wide range of health issues, including gastrointestinal illnesses, reproductive problems, and neurological disorders.

On this feed, you will find the latest solutions and services for monitoring water from across the sector as well as the latest news.

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