EMS provides Smart Wastewater solutions to improve efficiency and reduce environmental impact.
SDG’s of application
The Solar Impulse Efficient Solution label seeks to bridge the gap between ecology and economy, bringing together protection of the environment and financial viability to show that these solutions are not expensive fixes to problems, but rather opportunities for clean economic growth.
Offers from Environmental Monitoring Solutions Limited
IRONMAN is for water operators who want to save chemicals, energy and the environment, reliably and at low cost. It leverages AI and surrogate wastewater quality measurements to optimise performance. This AI mimics human reasoning but reliably outperforms and saves labour in narrow tasks.
CENTAUR is for water operators who want to reduce urban flooding and overflows to the environment in the face of urban growth and more intense storms. It leverages AI to make best use of existing network capacity. CENTAUR avoids acute capital and space requirements, and the disruption, of traditional infrastructure enlargement solutions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sepBnSTqey0
Sewer Monitoring At Real Time. SMART Sewer™ detects developing sewer blockages before they cause flooding or pollution.
SMART Sewer™ is a system which is able to detect network hydraulic anomalies – usually developing blockages - before they cause flooding or pollution events. It is low power, low maintenance and low cost, with web-access via a visual alarm-handling platform. The system dramatically increases observability, and promotes responsive rather than reactive management by the operator. The operator is able to respond to potential and developing blockages before they impact on their customers and performance figures. SMART Sewer™ enables a cause to be identified as it develops such that cleaning interventions can be tightly targeted in a timely manner. Currently, sewer cleaning is reactive or blanket-style prioritised using a risk-based approach (risk taken as the product of probability and consequence; consequence based on hydraulic models). Generally, the only alarm available regarding flooding events is from customers to report that they’ve been flooded.