water monitoring News

  • Grebbedijk monitored for high water data

    Within the framework of the Flood Protection Program, groundwater sensors and water pressure meters have been installed at the Grebbedijk, located between Rhenen and Wageningen (The Netherlands), by Eijkelkamp Soil & Water. During periods like this when we have to deal with high water Vallei and Veluwe Water Board and the  ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • TDHI Instruments at Produced Water Management 2018

    Produced Water Management is the premier produced water event annually. Sponsored by Tekna, the exhibition offers a chance to meet key players working with produced water challenges and network in an informal format. Share valuable experiences with colleagues in the industry. This year’s event will be held January 24–25 at the Clarion Hotel, Stavanger, Norway. ...

  • New EPA system developed to share continuous ‘real-time’ monitoring data

    The maturation and expansion of water quality monitoring technology has led to a substantial amount of continuous or “real-time” water resource data that managers must now contend with when assessing and restoring state waters. These data are incredibly useful — but are owned by various agencies, stored in different formats, and not easily accessible or acquired. The ...

  • Precipitation Sensor Added to Pulsar Line

    Precipitation in its various forms can have significant impact on a range of operations, making it crucial to have a reliable source for current weather conditions. The new Pulsar 100™ Weather Station from Columbia Weather Systems offers the latest technology in rich precipitation data.   The 24-GHz Doppler radar precipitation-only monitoring system was developed in response to the ...

  • Identifying Concerns Associated with Exposures to Elevated Levels of Indoor Mold

    Mold is a natural part of the environment and people breathe it on a daily basis, but exposure to elevated levels of mold in the air in homes, schools or work environments can lead to indoor air quality (IAQ) issues and potential exposure concerns. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shares the following about exposure to mold:  Exposure to damp and ...


    By Clark Seif Clark Inc.

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