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National ENERGY GLOBE Award Sweden 2017
Integrating AQUATRACK and Aqua-Qs ozone polishing system to the water management by adapting the local conditional approach to give quality assurance, save energy and protect the environment.
Availability of clean, safe, fresh water is one of the major problems in emerging countries like India, China, North Africa and many other parts of the world. There is a high risk to suffer an infection from contaminated water. Contamination might get detected only long after the contamination event occurs leading to high financial and social liabilities.
Scanning of drinking and source water quality by using AQUATRACK. AQUATRACK is an early warning system that can be positioned at vulnerable links in the process to enable the authorities to detect and stop delivering contaminated water.
Monitoring in real life time the contaminants in water and collected water samples at the time of contamination. AQUATRACK can be used to make intelligent decisions about the amount and kind of disinfection. This information is passed on to Aqua-Qs ozone polishing system that can be actuated for disinfection and averts epidemics and costs.
Universities like Royal Technical High School and KTH, research institutes like IVL Sweden and the Swedish water organization Svenskt Vatten