Wastewater Monitoring News

  • Where are we next?

    WEFTEC, the Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference, is the largest annual water quality event in the world. This year it will be held September 29 to October 3 in New Orleans. Visit Trace2o at stand 1559. WWEM 2018, The 8th in the Series of International Water and Wastewater Monitoring events is focused for companies and individuals who are ...


    By Trace2o ltd

  • A range of benefits for wastewater monitoring

    Our sets provide Our pre-configured and ready-to-use sets of the IQ SENSOR NET System 2020 provide all essentials to ensure wastewater monitoring – power supply, controller and display with operating unit. As needed, the sets are equipped with analog or digital outputs and 5 connections for IQ sensors free of choice. All future opportunities ...


    By WTW - a xylem brand

  • Published articles water online magazine by wastewater dan

    Published Articles on Water Online Magazine Digital Web Site by Wastewater Dan including Math Solutions; Load, Poundage, Pump Efficiency, Volume, Flow Rate Conversions, and Waste Activated Sludge. Also Wastewater process controls and Handling substances and finally requests subscribing and ...

  • Severe Wastewater Testing Apparatus

    The headspace in domestic wastewater collection and treatment systems is a severe environment that can impact even high performance protective coatings. A proposed new ASTM International standard covers an apparatus and set of procedures that are used to create and maintain a simulated sewer headspace environment to be used to test potential coatings. ...


    By ASTM International

  • New Guide to Water & Wastewater Sensors now Available from Automation Products Group

    LOGAN, UT - Automation Products Group, Inc. (APG) introduces their new Guide to Water and Wastewater Sensors. Each section offers a textual overview of and cutaway graphic illustrating the particular application, along with recommended sensing technologies for the application. The guide reviews lift station control, flow and level monitoring, plant influent flow monitoring, water reservoir level ...

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