RTM helps in monitoring both the quality and quantity of the treated water by using onsite sensor.
RTM can monitor wide range of treated water quality and helps in improving the quality of treated water.
ROI can be determined based on annual saving cost if we achieve 33% water reduction or water saving from the current water consumption level.
RTM does not need any manpower to run but this helps the O&M vendors and customers to proactively monitor, effectively manage and eventually automate many critical operational processes across the entire water cycle
The maintenance of the sensor & meters are done by greenvironment’s team and does not incur any separate cost.
The greenvironment’s team will replace the sensor or meter incase of any technical issue as it is under subscription model.
Monthly or quarterly or annual or biennial
The sensors and the meters will be installed at the site based on the feasibility done by greenvironment’s team. in case any modification is required, it will be informed to the customer once the feasibility has been completed.
Yes. however, once a while lab tests also can be done to confirm the quality parameters.
The devices used are developed with a uniform protocol for communication, reliability and are built on existing technical standards for safety. all the devices meet the standard safety protocols required for deployment.
No, CPCB neither certifies nor assessed any sensors/ analysers. Industrial units are free to choose any type/ make of analysers including the indigenous equipment, meeting the prerequisites. The unit should give calibration protocol, periodicity/ frequency of calibration and ± variation specified when matched with manually monitored results.
The biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) is a measure of the oxygen required by aerobic micro-organisms to biochemically oxidize the organic matter present in the waste and is expressed in mg/1.
The chemical oxygen demand (COD) is a measure of water and wastewater quality. The COD test is often used to monitor water treatment plant efficiency. The COD is the amount of oxygen consumed to chemically oxidize organic water contaminants to inorganic end products.
COD is normally higher than BOD because more organic compounds can be chemically oxidised than biologically oxidised. this includes chemicals toxic to biological life, which can make COD tests very useful when testing industrial sewage as they will not be captured by BOD testing.