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Software Rapidly Detects Water Contamination
Monday - 8/30/2010, 7:26pm EDT
Utilities can use the Canary software - in conjunction with a network of sensors - to quickly detect contamination, more accurately assess when and how to respond, and then issue warnings to customers if necessary.
The software can help detect chemical and biological contaminants, including pesticides, metals, and pathogens.
Canary is available worldwide as a free software tool to drinking water utilities. The software is currently being used by more than 600 users in 15 countries.