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Workshop: Nutrient monitoring
April 5, 2022 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
How are nutrient sensors and nutrient monitors helping to protect our waters?
Our boreholes, rivers, streams, lakes and reservoirs provide us with drinking water, some are used for leisure activities. Run off water from agricultural land and discharges from industry and wastewater treatment are polluting these waters. Excess nutrients in water bodies can cause problems like algal blooms, eutrophication and result in fish kills. We need to protect our water bodies from pollution and keep them in a healthy functioning state to provide ecosystem services and habitats for wildlife.
SWIG’s purpose is to increase the understanding and use of sensors in water processes, networks and in the natural environment. Sensors provide data that leads to information which in turn enables insight which can lead to action.
This workshop will bring together sensor people from supply chain, academia and water companies to demonstrate and discuss the vital role of sensors in improving the state of our surface waters and aquifers. Our workshops are collaborative and engaging, please come along to learn about and share your experience in areas such as;
- How do we measure nutrients in surface and ground waters
- What are the common challenges?
- What are the emerging technologies in nutrient monitoring?
There will be legislators, end users, innovative manufacturers and academics taking part. Come and join us!
Venue: Crewe Hall, Weston Rd, Haslington, Crewe CW1 6UZ
Chaired by: Mike Strahand, Independent Consultant
Kindly sponsored by: Aquamonitrix Ltd
Prices (inc VAT): TBC in February 2022 following a review of our prices in January 2022.
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