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How to identify issues in water quality

By : Chris Peacock |November 24, 2017 |Blog |0 Comment

Water quality can mean different things to different people and therefore depends on what standard of quality one is looking for, for example, water may be fine for fish to live in but lack the quality required for human consumption.

To measure the quality of water accurately, tests are carried out to identify several key indicators. These characteristics are then compared to numeric standards and guidelines in order to decide if the water is suitable for a particular purpose. The assessment of the quality of water can be divided into three categories; biological, chemical, and physical. (more…)

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What are the main indicators of water quality?

By : Chris Peacock |October 23, 2017 |Blog |0 Comment

“Water is the driving force of all nature;” so said Leonardo da Vinci. The survival of our planet depends on the availability of water and the condition that it is in. It is therefore vital to make sure that it is able to provide a hospitable environment for those that live in it, and is free from harmful levels of substances for those that drink it. (more…)

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What Are The Biggest Sources of Water Pollution?

By : Chris Peacock |September 13, 2017 |Blog |0 Comment

Water pollutants can come in many different forms and can have dramatic impacts on fragile ecosystems and aquatic life.

There are a huge number of different sources of pollutants and each can have very different levels of harmfulness and environmental impact. In order to explain this further this article explains why water pollution is such an issue, as well as some of its main causes.
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Where is water temperature monitoring most important?

By : Chris Peacock |August 17, 2017 |Blog |0 Comment

It is essential to monitor for abnormalities in water temperature, as the water chemistry can be significantly affected by fluctuations. Whether you are monitoring domestic or commercial water supplies, the temperature should be regularly checked. We would recommend regular water testing for all water supplies and, in agriculture, for continued monitoring of natural water formations. (more…)

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Aquaread launch new products – the LeveLine-CTD and LeveLine-Mini-CTD at Geotechnica 2017

By : Chris Peacock |July 12, 2017 |Blog |0 Comment

Today we are excited to announce the launch of two new products to join our wide range of precise, scientific water testing equipment. Following the success of the LeveLine water level and temperature logger, we have expanded the range, adding conductivity sensors to both the regular LeveLine and the SDi-12 mini version. (more…)

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World Water Day 2017 – Wastewater

By : Chris Peacock |March 16, 2017 |Blog |0 Comment

On Wednesday 22nd March, Aquaread will be joining many other charities, organisations, businesses and individuals in celebrating World Water Day – an annual event raising awareness and support for water conditions throughout the world, with the aim of tackling the water crisis. (more…)

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Aquaread’s Award Success at The Flood Expo 2016

By : Chris Peacock |October 26, 2016 |Blog |0 Comment

Aquaread recently attended The Flood Expo 2016, the largest event of its kind in the world showcasing the best solutions and innovations in the world of flooding. The event, hosted at London’s ExCel, showcased a new feature for 2016 in the form of The Flood Expo Awards, designed to recognise and celebrate companies and products pushing forward in the areas of flood innovation, mitigation and resilience. (more…)

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What is a Flood Risk Assessment?

By : Chris Peacock |June 13, 2016 |Blog |0 Comment

Flood Risk Assessments (FRA) are becoming a very important part of the planning permission process. It interlocks with other areas of the planning process, and could cause weeks or months of delays if not done from the beginning. But what is a Flood Risk Assessment?

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International Day for Biological Diversity – A retrospective on 2012’s wettest summer

By : Chris Peacock |May 17, 2016 |Blog |0 Comment

International Day for Biological Diversity (IDBD) is fast approaching, and this year falls on Sunday, May 22nd. The global campaign was designed by the UN General Assembly to increase awareness and understanding of some of the world’s most important biodiversity issues. In honour of this, we wanted to look back at what was one of the wettest summers on record in 2012 – and one of the notable initiatives to help monitor biodiversity during this time.

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Flooding: Would more time to react help you?

By : Chris Peacock |December 10, 2015 |Blog |0 Comment

If you have been affected by flooding you will know that the effects are devastating. Flood waters can destroy homes, communities and wash away your treasured possessions. They are wreaking havoc on many lives across the UK currently.

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