What is Water Monitoring?
Water monitoring is a crucial process aimed at assessing and ensuring the quality of water in various environments, from natural bodies like rivers and lakes to industrial facilities and public water sources.
Key Components of Water Monitoring:
- Sampling: Rigorous collection of water samples from designated points, considering factors like depth, location, and frequency.
- Analysis: Utilisation of advanced laboratory techniques and technologies to examine water samples for physical, chemical, and biological parameters.
- Data Interpretation: Thorough interpretation of results to understand the implications on water quality and potential effects on the environment or human health.
- Regulatory Compliance: Adherence to established water quality standards and regulations set by authorities to ensure safety and environmental protection.
- Physical Parameters: Includes temperature, turbidity, color, and conductivity.
- Chemical Parameters: Encompasses the presence of heavy metals, pesticides, and other chemical pollutants.
- Biological Parameters: Involves monitoring the presence of bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms.
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