- ‘Exciting time’ for sensors says OFWAT
- Nutrient monitoring Press Release: Successful trials with Wessex Water of flexible catchment permitting
- Announcing the call for papers for the Sensing in Water 2019 conference, 25-26 Sept 2019, Nottingham Belfry
- Announcing the winner of the SWIG 2018 Early Career Researcher prize!
- Water 4.0 & the wastewater cycle – SWIG event write up
Sensors for Nutrient Monitoring: Phosphate
October 23rd, 2013
Another successful SWIG workshop was held at The View, at the Thames Barrier on 23 October 2013. 41 delegates heard about the business and regulatory drivers for nutrient monitoring, phosphate monitoring in the wastewater treatment process, an overview of the various current technologies available for nutrient measurement in water. We then heard about future technologies including nutrient biosensors and MagMEMS, and about a project where high resolution monitoring of phosphate and nitrate was undertaken in lowland rivers. There were the usual opportunities for networking and perusing the table top displays as well as the opportunity to learn more about the huge and impressive Thames Barrier and have a tour of the barrier including going through the underwater tunnels!