WWTP Influent & Effluent Monitoring – Data as a Service

Improve WWTP performance and compliance with minimum investment and lower risks

Faster response times to uncontrolled discharge episodes

Modern sewer and WWTP constructions and regulations have helped improve the overall quality of many water bodies. Pollution events have decreased, alongside spills and uncontrolled discharge episodes.

Nevertheless, there remains plenty of room for improvement. A WTTP’s optimal functionality and efficiency are achieved when its discharge parameter values fall below permitted levels; a WTTP must also monitor the operation and performance of its equipment and infrastructure, as well as perform periodic checks that its effluents comply with current legislation. Laboratories test the samples manually, usually at monthly intervals, in a lengthy and labour-intensive process.

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ADASA provides easy-to-set-up, continuous water quality monitoring tools that deliver valuable information about critical parameters. Our Data-as-a-Service (Daas) solutions ensure regulatory requirements are met, minimise potentially precarious situations and help prevent WTTP operational failure.

We offer continuous supervision of levels, and web-visualisation tools allowing straightforward interpretation of events. Install auto-sampling devices to take daily average samples and store pollution samples for further laboratory analysis. Early warning alarms encourage preventative and corrective maintenance before problems arise, as well as fast operational responses when incidents are detected.

We supervise and record the following indicators to help WWTP operators reduce the impact of uncontrolled discharges, both amount and duration, and to detect early failures:

  • Temperature
  • pH
  • Dissolved oxygen (DO)
  • Oxidation-reduction potential (ORP)
  • Conductivity
  • Spectral absorption coefficient (SAC)
  • Turbidity

Influent flow monitoring enables advanced warnings about high loads or contaminated sewage en route, helping detect the pollution’s origin and prevent structural failures. Seamless data can also demonstrate that over-limit polluted discharges relate to influent spillages.

ADASA’s water quality monitoring provides these services without significant investments required or involving large, operational tasks. They can be adapted to include any enlargements to a WTTP, too.


  • Prevent WWTP failures and operational breakdowns.
  • Reduce uncontrolled discharges and spillages in water bodies.
  • Increased control of WWTP, plus support to ensure environmental regulation compliance.
  • Low investment; pay for data only
  • Improve the quality of water via increased knowledge of water at all stages.
  • Faster response times to incidents.

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