automated water quality monitoring Articles

  • Why Pacific islands should take on ocean monitoring

    Pacific islands must build capacity for their own environmental monitoring to tackle both local and global problems, says Ben Ponia. Small island developing states are viewed as the early-warning canary for global environmental change. But though they share global problems, many have an eye for economic growth and have become industrialised nations facing their own suite of home-grown ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • FennoDose monitors water in paper plants case study

    FennoDose, a small-scale automation solution developed in Kemira’s research center, monitors water quality and controls water chemical use in paper plants. Clean water is critical for processes where paper pulp moves along the web at highway speed. Impurities would pose a serious threat to a system involving large masses, high pressures and extreme temperatures. The system automatically ...


    By Kemira Water Solutions, Inc.

  • FennoDose monitors water in paper plants case study

    FennoDose, a small-scale automation solution developed in Kemira’s research center, monitors water quality and controls water chemical use in paper plants. Clean water is critical for processes where paper pulp moves along the web at highway speed. Impurities would pose a serious threat to a system involving large masses, high pressures and extreme temperatures. The system automatically ...


    By Kemira Water Solutions, Inc.

  • Aquaread parameters in the Arctic

    In an earlier blog post we wrote about how Aquaread are supporting water testing in the Arctic. The research team from the University of Brighton have set off on their first water testing trip and are currently in Iceland. This video explains some of the work that they have been doing in the Litla-Skard catchment in windy Iceland: Our multiparameter water testing probes are in near ...


    By Aquaread Limited

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