The RSDE 2022-2027 Program
The aim of the research campaigns is to detect significant micropollutants present in raw water entering and in treated water leaving wastewater treatment plants. These one-year campaigns have been carried out every six years since 2022.
The first phase is to identify the micropollutants having an impact on the on the plant in question. The second phase, upstream plant diagnostics plant, provides a better understanding of the sources of emissions and and identify relevant reduction measures. These measures will be implemented for micropollutants detected to a significant detected.
Each campaign will include six samplings per year at the plant inlet and outlet, spaced at least one month apart. Samples should be taken on weekdays, to better represent plant operation.
ToxMate: Integrate intelligence into your approach
If the sampling and sampling and analysis campaigns planned as part of RSDE 2022 enable the presence or absence of certain targeted of certain targeted micropollutants, they do not provide a precise assessment of of load variations over time, nor of recurrence phenomena. of recurrence.
ToxMate, a continuous micropollutant detection station, provides a precise view of fluctuations in pollutant loadings at WWTP inlets and/or outlets. WWTP. ToxMate ensures continuous monitoring of your site, records for a better understanding of contaminant variations. of contaminants. Event analysis reports are sent to you sent to you at regular intervals.
As an option, combined with an automatic sampler, this biomonitoring station makes it easier to understand pollution episodes by triggering a sample as soon as a contamination episode is detected.
The advantage is analysis at opportune times, i.e. when contamination peaks contamination peaks, to make the ESRD process for your WWTP more efficient. SRED approach for your WWTP.
ToxMate complements mandatory SRED measurements, guaranteeing better analysis of pollution episodes or recurrences, thus facilitating the identification of upstream pollution sources.