The DCX-22 ECO from Keller is a submersible, battery-powered, autonomous data logger designed for recording pressure and temperature over long periods of up to 10 years.
Cloud-based products have the potential to deliver significant innovations to treatment plant design packages.
The application workflow is designed to provide accurate and reproducible determination of haloacetic acids in drinking water samples.
A silent experiment is underway in Melbourne to create healthier, cleaner waterways using 'mushi' organic floating wetlands as an alternative to plastic ones.
Scientists have developed an 'eco-friendly' sponge made from sunflower pollen to tackle water contaminants.
The HI98494 combines rugged meter design with advanced digital sensors for testing up to 12 different water quality parameters.
Researchers from NC State have discovered that certain bacteria make a slimy but tough biofilm for protection and motility — and it can be used to separate water and oil.
The analyser monitors total chlorine in drinking water, rinse water, cooling water or other fresh water samples.
A report released by IDTechEx predicts that, in the water pipe network alone, the industry of sensors will grow to over $3.5 billion by 2030.
Sydney Water is improving strategies to reduce leaks and breaks across its network using acoustic sensors.
Environmental services provider Enviropacific has completed construction of an innovative water treatment facility at Melbourne Airport to tackle PFAS contamination.
Engineers at Monash University have devised an improved method to remove potentially deadly bacteria from water using graphitic carbon nitride and sunlight.
Byron Shire Council has appointed WaterGroup to deliver about 400 smart water meters to help optimise water management in the region.