Water is to monitor levels of key constituents such as dissolved oxygen, nutrients, metals, oils, and pesticides. Water quality information is important to public safety, our environment, and our nation’s economy.
Industrial Effluent Water Monitoring
Most industrial water treatment systems are dynamic. They constantly undergo changes because of seasonal variations in water chemistry, varying plant operating conditions, new environmental laws, and other factors. Because of this, proper monitoring is essential to ensure that the water treatment program applied to a boiler, cooling, wastewater or other industrial water system is satisfactorily controlled so that the desired results are achieve
Sewage Water Monitoring
Each wastewater treatment system has an Environmental Protection Licence developed with the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA)
Boundary Water Monitoring
The quality and quantity of its water resources are under pressure from a range of sources, including urban runoff and sewage, agriculture, and industrial activities. Other long-term threats include population growth, economic development, climate change, and scarce fresh water supplies in certain parts of the country.
Environmental Quality Act 1974(127), EQ (Sewage) & EQ (Industrial Effluent) Regulations 2009.
INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENT WATER MONITORING
SEWAGE WATER MONITORING
DELIVERY TO CUSTOMERS
SUBMIT TO DOSH/DOE
GLOTEQ → DOE