Well, Where Did Our Groundwater Go?

Much of the world’s population relies on groundwater for its water supply, but with growing demand and more frequent shortages, the need for greater groundwater care is rising. Today, effective monitoring is required for issues such as groundwater recharge and the eff­ects of water use, drought, pollution, and climate change – so, where do you start?

Enter: good, reliable data. In the search for monitoring solutions, and for fi­guring out which ones work best, our experts went all-in and created a starter kit that will bring your groundwater monitoring needs to the forefront.

Thirsty for more? Take a product tour by industry experts to see the latest updates on the OTT ecoLog 1000. Don’t have a spare moment? We’ve got you covered. Take a moment to read up on the burning questions attendees had for speakers and their responses.

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