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Data Loggers for Water Treatment & Wastewater Applications

Data Loggers

Water Treatment & Wastewater Applications

Whether monitoring drinking water from the source or treating wastewater before it can be released into the ecosystem, managing water resources involves multiple highly complex processes. MadgeTech, a leader in data logger technology, offers a number of data logging tools to assist in compliance with local, EPA and National Primary Drinking Water regulations.

Applications

  • Monitor & Record Water Levels
  • Monitor & Record Pressure, Temperature & pH Levels
  • Monitor & Record 4-20mA Output

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Wetlands are the link between land and water, occasionally breaking away and becoming floating islands of vegetation. Although all we see is grass and shrubbery, below the water's surface the wetlands are performing important functions for people and wildlife. The benefits were the inspiration behind a new water treatment technology.

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In a world that was mainly dependent on fossil fuels for hundreds of years, it's no surprise that the consequences are catching up with us. In recent news, air pollution is the leading environmental cause of death on the planet, and is to blame for 2.2 million deaths in China and India in 2015 alone. As society continues to wean away from the use of fossil fuels, one startup company has found a way to put pollutants to good use.

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A world without diapers would be a messy one, but in all actuality it's really the diapers that are causing a mess. According to the Real Diaper Association, around 27 billion disposable diapers are used every year in the United States, making up about 20% of total waste in landfills. Once you toss them in the trash it's not the end of them. Since diapers aren't biodegradable, they are actually toxic to the environment.

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