Surface Water Monitoring
Creeks, lakes are rivers are monitored for a variety of reasons. Objectives and purposes of surface water monitoring range from detection of environmental violations to the determination of the health of the water bodies and analysis of water quality trends.
The parameters often measured include biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), pH, temperature, dissolved oxygen, total phosphorus, ammonia, bacteriological quality, suspended solids, chlorides, nitrates, nitrites, conductivity, and oil and diesel.
Why Choose Our Solution?
Establish Project Baseline
Characterize background quality, identify existing or emerging water quality problems.
Monitor Project Impacts
Determine whether performance goals, such as compliance with environmental regulations or implementation of effective pollution control actions, are being effectively met.
Instantaneously Detect a Spill
Respond to environmental emergencies such as oil spills or construction site washouts.
Customized product offering to accommodate different installation and regulatory requirements
• Crude oil
• Refined oil
Low Power Solutions
Low power remote water monitoring solutions without compromising the data acquisition and transmission frequency.
All the features you need for remote, real-time surface water monitoring
Custom integration of standard and specialty online sensors
Autonomous power options:
Transparent and modular pricing structure
Flowlink equipment and software is a fantastic solution in handling real-time water quality monitoring of our creeks. The web-based dashboard is extremely intuitive and the data Flowlink provides has proven to be critically important to the operations of our environmental initiatives.
The customer service that Flowlink provides is nothing but the best for response time, knowledge and guidance in getting our systems up and running.
We look forward to integrating the benefits of this equipment to ensure our creek’s health and the natural wildlife that depend on it.
Engineering Technologist, Engineering & Public Works
City of Coquitlam