Why is it important to measure and monitor water quality?
Measuring and monitoring water quality helps researchers predict and learn from natural environmental processes and determine how our lives affect ecosystems. Water quality monitoring, put simply, provides evidence that water is fit for human use and swimming, provides for local ecosystems, and sees that users meet the conditions of resource consent. Measurements can help agriculture understand changes in water and help them minimize impacts, help government companies better manage water resources and understand water quality, and strengthen their connection to water, listen to the sound of water, monitor water health, and protect it.We can use all kinds of water quality monitoring equipment developed by JXCT for online monitoring.
water quality explanation
Water quality describes the condition of water and is often measured for specific purposes, such as seeing if the water is safe to drink or swim in. Our water quality is one of the most critical factors in a healthy ecosystem. Clean water supports the diversity of New Zealand's flora and wildlife. Although difficult to understand, what we do on land directly affects the quality of our water. Alpine rivers and lakes across New Zealand have good water quality, which means the ecosystem is healthy, the water is drinkable and it supports our wildlife. However, lowland waterways often have serious pollution problems. Urban rivers are some of the most polluted areas in the country, as nitrate concentrations worsen and affect our ability to swim in polluted areas.
What is good water quality?
The answer is that water is "good" because it contains no impurities.
For example, low levels of nitrates indicate good water quality, such as measured nitrate levels in a body of water below 2.4 mg/L, which is New Zealand's nitrate limit. But to offset this, New Zealand ecologists continue to push for a 1 mg/l nitrate limit, which would bring New Zealand in line with the EU and China. What is considered good water quality can vary from person to person. Legally speaking, adherence to these standards can deem the water to be of high quality. But for communities whose character is integrated with waterways, good water quality means no pollution or threats.
In general, high-quality water is:
Odorless and tasteless
Free of visible solid particles
Not contaminated by toxins or chemicals
rich in minerals
And it's safe to eat, use and swim in.
Water Quality Monitoring System|Solution
The water quality monitoring system collects the data of on-site water temperature, pH value, chemical oxygen demand, suspended solids, conductivity, dissolved oxygen and other parameters, and transmits the parameter data to the IoT cloud platform to realize real-time monitoring of the data of various devices on the spot. The user can view in real time through the computer webpage or mobile phone app, and can freely set the upper and lower limits of the standard value of each parameter. If the data exceeds the limit, it can send a text message or WeChat alarm reminder to the relevant staff to achieve early warning and avoid unnecessary The loss can be realized remotely to be able to guard on-site equipment.