The Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District (JVWCD) installed a monitoring system that records water quality parameters of the culinary water supply before it enters the aquifer (subsurface storage reservoir). The system consists of a CR10X datalogger that monitors pH, ORP, conductivity (total dissolved solids), and free chlorine. The data is passed to a PLC (programmable logic controller) and then on to a central computer. A CR10X-based weather station monitors general weather parameters at the main treatment plant.

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Case Study Summary

Application

Monitoring water quality prior to storage in an aquifer

Location

Utah USA

Products Used

CR10X 

Participating Organizations

Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District

Measured Parameters

pH, ORP, conductivity (total dissolved solids), free chlorine; weather parameters at the water treatment plant