You probably know that your water is a precious resource. You and your family can’t live long without water. We’ve been in the trenches, working closely with our customers, to learn through years of experience – what’s the most effective way to remotely monitor water and other sensors? Below we’ll share some recent industry news that you’ll likely find helpful.
Is your water safe? Pipeline companies need to remove diesel contaminated slurry from quarries near water wells in Ohio. Many of these projects costs billions of dollars to mitigate after violations have been cited by the Environmental Protection Agency. Do you think any of these dumpings, like slurry for lubricating equipment, go unnoticed?
In Idaho, dairy companies pump excess wastewater into canals where contaminated water leaks into your residential water wells. How do you effectively monitor your water wells?
Meanwhile, the water outlook is ok in some parts of the US, like the mountain west, yet lack of rain and water around Los Angeles, California, has contributed to catastrophic wild fires and the highest ranking fires of all time.
Some U.S. counties and towns have had to declare a state of emergency and ask for emergency funding after a disaster caused them to lose their water wells. And on the other side of the globe, the world’s most ambitious water transfer program is under way in China. However, this water way aqueduct is not enough according to this Bloomberg analysis.
Where does this leave us today when it comes to your water crisis? Effective water monitoring systems are crucial for proper management of our precious water resources.
Today’s Industrial IoT and remote sensor monitoring technologies give you, your teams, and your organization the most cost-effective ways to save your money and time with automatic water monitoring systems.
From water wells, pumps, flow meters, and water usage to water levels and flood warning systems, remote monitoring software and dashboards help you stay on top of what’s important to you, so you won’t be chasing after your problems, before you have an issue you’ll have a solution.
Please feel free to get in touch with me at Info@Valarm.net if you’ve got any questions about remote monitoring systems.