Water quality sensing
Water scarcity is on the rise worldwide. Water scarcity is on the rise worldwide. According to UNICEF, four billion people - almost two-thirds of the world's population - do not have enough drinking water for at least one month a year. And more than two billion people live in countries where the water supply is permanently inadequate. Often these are regions with high water pollution. At the same time, awareness of health issues is steadily increasing worldwide. These aspects are leading to ever increasing demands for good water quality.
To ensure that water is of good quality, it must be permanently monitored. This is achieved by means of sensors. An important indicator of water quality is its total organic carbon (TOC) level. Consequently, in the future TOC sensors will make a significant contribution to achieving better water quality in various markets and applications, such as in appliances, waterworks and bioreactors.
Learn more about water quality and pollution, water quality sensing and the benefits as well as possible applications: www.sensirion.com/water-quality
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