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Working with Community to Monitor Water Quality

Our water monitoring system uses real-time monitoring data, which can be used to educate the public about the quality of our waterways. This can help to raise awareness of water pollution problems and encourage people to take steps to protect water resources.


Conservation efforts, such as restoring habitat or protecting wetlands can be supported to track the progress of activities and identify areas where additional work is needed.


The AquaWatch water monitoring system and reporting mechanisms helps to identify new problems, develop new solutions, and track the impact of community-led initiatives.

Grant Muir with AquaWatch measuring water quality in a river
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