Dredging done correctly doesn’t hurt water quality, and can yield positive environmental results. However, ensuring these good results demands monitoring for contaminant release, sediment resuspension, and other water quality issues.
Articles Tagged: turbidity monitoring
Planning/choosing the right instruments and processes for turbidity measurement can be a challenge. NexSens explores some of the best choices available in the context of experience and highlights the basic requirements for a successful system.
For regulatory or other needs, turbidity monitoring is and important aspect of any dredging project. Dredging affects water clarity and quality and should be monitored in real time to aid with remediation efforts associated with elevated turbidty.
Sevenson Environmental Services
In an effort to dredge the contaminated sediment, a New York consulting firm contacted NexSens Technology for a turbidity monitoring system.
NexSens engineered a buoy-based system with real-time data telemetry for monitoring turbidity during dredge projects.