New research capabilities create novel commercial water and gas monitoring devices.
There is a strong and growing legislative drive to improve prediction of water quality in distribution and gaseous contaminants in the subsurface. Scientists in the University’s School of Earth, Atmospheric and Earth Sciences have developed new research capabilities and expertise in hydrological and hydrochemical investigations, highlighting the inadequacies of existing environmental monitoring equipment.
Salamander Group was formed as a spin out company in order to develop and license commercial products resulting from research capabilities and expertise in hydrological and hydrochemical monitoring.
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