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"With the Aqua TROLL 600 and HydroVu we get better data, better reports, and have a better handle on what’s happening in the river. If it’s sunny and dry and we see a peak in turbidity or pH, we know we should go look. There may be an illicit discharge."
Patrick Chavez, Stormwater Engineer, AMAFCA
One System - Total Support
From data collection to data management, In-Situ covers the entire process. Our open protocols and APIs allow you to use our instruments alone or add them to your system.
- Site & data management - Analyze results and act on alarms with HydroVu
- Water Quality - Monitor baseline parameters and changes during storm events
- Level - Monitor water level, CTD, and flow rate
- Third party instrumentation – call for integration with rain gauges, weather stations and samplers.
- Flow - Capture volumetric measurement and pollutant loading
- Telemetry - Send data with economical and secure wireless systems
City of Hoover MS4 Program
Two Alabama cities win approval from federal and state regulators for cost-effective monitoring strategies in MS4 programs.
North Carolina Coastal Ecosystem
The EPA has identified stormwater outfall in coastal areas as a high priority. A North Carolina study of outfall effects promises improvements to the state’s Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and application of industry BMPs.
Middle Rio Grande Watershed
When the EPA launched a pilot program to look at watershed-based permitting, the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Agency (AMAFCA) took strides to improve TMDL compliance with In-Situ instrumentation and telemetry
City of Miami Beach Stormwater Master Plan
Using data from an innovative groundwater monitoring network, the City of Miami Beach optimizes its 10-year, $400M stormwater management plan