Water-quality monitoring plans

Do you want to watch how the quality of your watercourse evolves, know the best parameters at which to take samples and locate the sampling stations so they are representative? Maybe you want to identify the point-specific and non-point sources of pollution in your sector. You wonder if the corrective measures you have taken have had a positive impact. This calls for a monitoring plan.

There are 3 steps in the development of a monitoring plan:

Steps in the development of a monitoring plan

Our services:

  • Bibliographic study
  • Sampling
  • Flow measurement
  • Analysis of data, evolution, trend
  • Comparison with current surface-water quality standards
  • Proposal of watercourse monitoring procedures
  • Monitoring of sampling stations

How our clientele benefits:

  • We provide a report on the water quality in a particular sector
  • We install a water quality monitoring device right on the client's property
  • We perform targeted interventions by identifying the most problematic sectors
  • We prioritize point-specific and non-point sources of pollution
  • We evaluate the effectiveness of actions performed
  • We determine the spatial and temporal evolution of the quality of the watercourse