In recent years, environmental protection initiatives for critical natural resources have increased. Legislation, community involvement, and sustainability initiatives have all put effluent and wastewater quality in the spotlight. 

Environmental concerns around contamination and spillage, and the rising costs related to cleanups, have industrial companies seeking solutions that will help them better manage effluent and wastewater. 

Municipalities are also interested in finding economical ways to handle wastewater – and are actively seeking ways to monitor, recycle, and monetize water resources as a way to better serve their constituents.

KETOS is arming both utilities and industrial companies with an interoperable solution that can monitor effluent and wastewater in real-time, testing and setting threshold alerts for 30+ contaminants, including heavy metals, so that wastewater can be effectively treated and reused or released free of particles that can damage environments or sicken communities. As a modular solution, KETOS can be placed at both entry and exit points or anywhere within an organization’s infrastructure to deliver timely information so that companies can be sure treated effluent is properly cleaned and ready for whatever comes next.

With lab-accurate results in real-time and readings in ppb (parts per billion), KETOS is an EPA-compliant solution. Data and reports are easily managed from the cloud for easy off-site access for water operators – helping ensure safety and compliance even in remote locations.

Did You Know?

Unconventional oil and gas extraction has brought environmental concerns, especially related to water, to the forefront.

The substantial concentration of various heavy metals, particularly in textile effluent has been a worldwide environmental concern.

The largest expense at any wastewater treatment plant or industrial operation is energy. Implementing automation tools can ease cost burdens.

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What Water Quality Parameter Do You Test Most Often?

The KETOS SHIELD remotely monitors dozens of water quality parameters. Which one do your water operators test most often?