Is a, no compromise, modular permanent water treatment system designed with real-time monitoring and data capture. It exceeds all current Health Canada, NSF and EPA standards of water recovery
NO external power source needed to run facility. Power is derived from the local power grid. Should a failure in the grid occur, the facility has a built-in fuel generator to keep the water flowing. NODDIS shall switch over automatically instantly in this case. Solar power is utilized to supplement the power needed for communication equipment and monitoring. This keeps the power draw to a minimum. Approximately 64 KWh per day.
93% water recovery. With the closed nature of the system, evaporation is minimized. There is no need to expose the effluent to outside weather, so we capture more water. The use of micro-ponds controls storm surge.
Captures storm water and redistributes directly to the infrastructure. A separate system can be setup just for storm water if the client wishes. It would not need as many steps and could prove to be more economical for treat the rainwater as is. This is of course dependent on the area that it is being deployed. Again, with the power being provided by the WERS facility, this would virtually cost the municipality zero dollars to capture and redistribute to the populace.
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24/7 Remote Monitoring
SO2, CO2, NOx, CH4, MHC,
PM2.5, O3, H2S, CO
PH 6.5-8.5, Temperature, Turbidity,
Free Chlorine (0-2ppm), Nitrate/Nitrites Nitrogen
Ammonia/Ammonia Nitrogen, Fluoride (F-), Potassium (K+), Color, Electrical Conductivity, Total Organic Carbon /TOC, H2S, UV254, TS
Wind, Solar radiation, Air temperature,
Relative humidity, Water temperature, Rainfall, Snow depth, Air pressure