With manual data gathering, manual data entry and human error, environmental compliance becomes expensive. Aridea Environmental Monitoring will reduce these costs by as much as 2 man hours per measurement, per cycle and provide with real-time data anywhere in the world.
Monitoring water quality is a major part of environmental compliance. By monitoring various characteristics of water outflows, state and federal agencies are assured that no dangerous contaminants are reaching public watersheds.
In order to stay in compliance with federal and state regulations, air quality monitoring is fundamentally important. Agencies monitor both primary and secondary air contamination.
Monitoring weather can have a tremendous impact on operations and ultimately compliance. Sudden storms, flash floods or damaging winds can wreak havoc. The quicker the right person is alerted to these situations, the quicker a response can be developed and the less damage is done.