Domestic Water Monitoring Articles

  • Determine What Water Treatment Equipment is Best for You

    Why do I need a water treatment specialist? Wont some equipment from the store work just fine? When it comes to water treatment there is no turnkey solution that works for all water sources. The water that is supplied changes throughout the planet while also changing with the seasons. So there may be a setup in New York that works really well on their water source but it might not work ...


    By WECO Filters

  • Study: Peers Influence Water Conservation Choices

    Noting the effects of water conservation on peers, researchers estimated that if 1% of Phoenix households cut consumption, it would lead to metropolitan water savings of 6.6 million gallons over the growing season. Researches found that those who adopted dry landscaping influenced their neighbors to do the same Economists and marketers alike know that social ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Why Is Water Level Monitoring Important?

    Monitoring water levels can have numerous environmental benefits and is a popular measurement for a number of different industries and organisations. Below we will discuss some of the common applications water level monitoring devices, as well as some of the valuable insights that recording this can reveal. Remote water level monitoring Whereas ...


    By Aquaread Limited

  • Salmon Stream Warm Water Monitoring - Cook Inletkeeper - Case Study

    Cook Inletkeeper is a community-based nonprofit organization that combines advocacy, education and science toward its mission to protect Alaska’s Cook Inlet watershed and the life it sustains. The Cook Inlet watershed is the most populated and fastest-growing region in Alaska; it is also home to the state’s renowned wild salmon runs, some of which are at great risk due to climate and ...


    By BeadedStream

  • Automatic Faucet Advantages

    An automatic faucet is a faucet equipped with a proximity sensor and a mechanism that opens its valve to allow water to flow in response to the presence of a hand or hand nearby. The valve closes its valve again after a few seconds or when it no longer detects the presence of hands. Most automatic faucets are powered by batteries and incorporate an active infrared sensor to ...


    By Adamant Valves

  • Presence of Waddlia chondrophila in hot water systems from non-domestic buildings in France

    The presence of Waddlia chondrophila has been related to respiratory tract infections and human and animal fetal death. Although several sources of infection have been suggested, the actual source remains unknown and limited information exists on the prevalence of W. chondrophila in the environment. This pathogen has been previously detected in well water but its presence has ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Assessment of domestic consumption in intermittent water supply networks: case study of Puerto Ayora (Galápagos Islands)

    Intermittent water distribution systems are a stark reality in developing countries. Puerto Ayora, the centre of tourism of the Galápagos Archipelago, is not an exception, with its population and tourists suffering from scarce water resources. However, the extreme per capita consumptions, well above those in 24/7 supply situations in many other countries, contradict the (sense of) scarcity. In ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • What classifies as water pollution and why is it an issue?

    The UN declared 2005-2015 as the International Decade for Action ‘Water for Life’. Yet each day thousands of people still die as a result of contaminated water. This does not even take into account the millions of organisms that perish every year thank to polluted water sources. Water pollution is a huge issue that is made more so by the fact that unfortunately, water is ...


    By Aquaread Limited

  • The role of bottled drinking water in achieving SDG 6.1: an analysis of affordability and equity from Jakarta, Indonesia

    Bottled water serves an increasingly large percentage of urban poor populations in lower-income countries, yet receives little attention within international development research and policy. This study investigates the impact of packaged drinking water (refill water) on affordability and equity of drinking water access by the urban poor under SDG 6.1, comparing refill water cost and ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Analysis of domestic water demand variables of a residential colony in Ajmer, Rajasthan (India)

    In this paper, significant variables of domestic urban water demand required for the purpose of estimation of urban water supply in five planned colonies of the City of Ajmer, Rajasthan, India, are identified. The data for these 16 variables are entered in the multiple linear regression (MLR) (stepwise) models in SPSS software, and domestic water demand models are developed. Based on these ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Where is water temperature monitoring most important?

    It is essential to monitor for abnormalities in water temperature, as the water chemistry can be significantly affected by fluctuations. Whether you are monitoring domestic or commercial water supplies, the temperature should be regularly checked. We would recommend regular water testing for all water supplies and, in agriculture, for continued monitoring of natural water formations. ...


    By Aquaread Limited

  • Sound recording to characterize outdoor tap water use events

    Obtaining disaggregated water use at the home typically involves expensive smart metering. In this study, water use events at the outdoor tap were captured using recorded sound. Outdoor taps at 10 homes were fitted with small-sized microphones and digital sound recorders. Sound files recorded over a 1-month period were used in the analysis. In the preliminary analysis, a human operator browsed ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Water budget analysis and management for Bangkok Metropolis, Thailand

    The water budget of the Bangkok Metropolis system was analyzed using a material flow analysis model. Total imported flows into the system were 80,080 million m3 per year (Mm3 y–1) including inflows from the Chao Phraya and Mae Klong rivers and rainwater. Total exported flows out of the system were 78,528 Mm3 y–1 including outflow into the lower Chao ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Energy implications of the millennium drought on urban water cycles in Southeast Australian cities

    During the Millennium Drought in Australia, a wide range of supply-side and demand-side water management strategies were adopted in major southeast Australian cities. This study undertakes a time-series quantification (2001–2014) and comparative analysis of the energy use of the urban water supply systems and sewage systems in Melbourne and Sydney before, during and after the drought, and ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Hydrochemical and multivariate analysis of groundwater quality in the northwest of Sinai, Egypt

    The northwestern coast of Sinai is home to many economic activities and development programs, thus evaluation of the potentiality and vulnerability of water resources is important. The present work has been conducted on the groundwater resources of this area for describing the major features of groundwater quality and the principal factors that control salinity evolution. The major ionic ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Variability of water residence time and free chlorine and disinfection by-product concentrations within a residential neighborhood

    Sampling campaigns at several points in a sector of a distribution network were conducted during several months to study the spatial and temporal variation of the free chlorine concentration (FCC) and disinfection by-product concentrations (DBPC) at the scale of a residential neighborhood. The water residence times (RT) at these sampling points and for the same period were also simulated using ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • PHE Solving fouling test results - Case Study

    Industry, hotels, commercial buildings even private homes in "Hard" water areas are at a disadvantage due to "Scale" formation on devices, particularly those attached to "Hot" water circuits. A PHE (Plate Heat Exchanger) with a known “Scaling” problem is selected for testing. The attached case study demonstrates how with an “open mind”, even those sceptical of our products ...


    By Phoenix Ring Manufaktur UG

  • World Water Day 2017 - Wastewater

    On Wednesday 22nd March, Aquaread will be joining many other charities, organisations, businesses and individuals in celebrating World Water Day – an annual event raising awareness and support for water conditions throughout the world, with the aim of tackling the water ...


    By Aquaread Limited

  • Developing a Culture of “Revulsion”: Singapore Tackles Water Wastage

    Singapore is an interesting place. As a city-state it occupies a very small amount of land area, about 700 square kilometers. Packed into this space are 5.6 million people working in one of the world’s strongest economies. A big part of the economy is based on manufacturing and oil refining. Both of these sectors are intensive water users. Because of this, water availability is a big issue. ...

  • RGB Lights: Memory vs Non-Memory

    RGB Lights: Memory vs Non-Memory RGB lights support a robust selection of controls and functions that can be used to streamline application. One of the most in demand features by businesses today is memory. Read on to find out how memory functionality works in RGB lights, and how they compare with non-memory RGB fixtures. ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

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