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NP059  Sensors for Water Interest Group (SWIG) Innovation
SWIG encourages the collaboration of all parties interested in research, development and use of sensors for water quality and quantity measurements.

The group, originally sponsored by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), offers a cost effective way of maintaining up to date knowledge on individual new technologies and/or sensor applications through its regular newsletter and workshops.

The SWIG workshops:

  • Concentrate on practical applications and current challenges
  • Promote the concept of whole life costing and cost/benefit analysis for process measurement
  • Consider the affect of existing and forecast regulations / legislation on the design and use of environmental and process measurements and its members represent the waste treatment and water quality sensor community to Government, European organisations and internationally.
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