Using a Liquid Monitoring and Sampling Station to Increase Process Efficiency
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Water sampling has been required by the U.S. EPA since the 1980s. Every water and wastewater utility or business holding a NPDES permit employs some kind of technique or equipment to acquire water samples, and a method to analyze the samples according to EPA guidelines. While some plants still take manual samples, in many cases, automatic water samplers are used. The vast majority of existing stationary automatic water samplers are used mainly to meet EPA NPDES permit requirements. These samplers are designed to minimize effects on the chemical and physical integrity of the sample, and to ensure adequate storage conditions until they can be analyzed in the laboratory.
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