You know leachate must be stringently controlled to protect life surrounding your landfill, as well as to remain compliant and avoid costly penalties. But it is impossible to employ humans to be onsite 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to ensure every process is operating at peak performance. Landfills have benefitted recently using leachate remote monitoring.

Remote monitoring is being used across diverse environments to reduce risk, improve operations, and manage costs.IET’s innovative development has revolutionized the ability to collect, monitor, and analyze trending data throughout the solid waste industry through the use of our technology and experience.

IET has developed a low-power battery operated remote monitoring solution to
collect and expedite vital data from the field to operators, owners, and engineers. Learn more here.

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Leachate Remote Monitoring Solutions

Remote monitoring for your landfill provides your environmental monitoring team with data at their fingertips 24/7. Here’s what you need to know:

  • Uniquely engineered, modular kits are easily adapted to existing control panels without extensive modifications.
  • Each unit is capable of transmitting data to the cloud independently, eliminating the need for repeaters, radios, and base stations.

IETs remote monitoring solutions are easy to deploy. Ultra-low power design requires no external power source and can be installed in hours. Data is delivered in a consistent, accurate, and reliable manner.

The Leachate Remote Monitoring Process

Partnering with IET makes the leachate remote monitoring installation and monitoring process easy. Here’s how we approach it, in three easy steps.

  1. Gateway kits are easily installed at any location on your site.
  2. Gateway kits collect data from your site.
  3. You have access to your site data from anywhere while proactive alerts are sent for critical issues.

Contact us to learn more about how we can deploy our custom leachate remote monitoring systems at your site.

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Leachate Remote Monitoring Benefits

The technological advancement of remote monitoring landfill operations has created an abundance of benefits, including:

  • 24/7 Access to Critical Site Data: Access your site data anytime from anywhere you connect to the internet. Use your laptop, tablet or phone to have the information you need to make decisions right at your fingertips.
  • Proactive Alerts: Remote monitoring systems send immediate system alerts based on specified alarms configured on your site. It gives you the information you need to know, when you need to know it.
  • Monitoring Options: Choose from insights, including:
    • Liquid Level
    • Temperature
    • Pressure
    • Vacuum
    • Pump Motor Current
    • Flow Meters (Flow Rate, Totalizer)
    • pH
  • Automated Reporting: Automate the process of capturing, processing and storing data, making trend analysis and reporting efficient and effective.

The Importance of Leachate Remote Monitoring

Advances in technology have created massive opportunities to better manage resources and landfill maintenance. As data streams from remote sites to a central location, teams are now able to centrally monitor, analyze, and course correct in near real-time. This accelerates and improves decision making at all levels of the organization while increasing return on investment exponentially

If you are ready to provide your team with near real-time, fact-based intelligence to make smarter decisions, you should consider remote leachate monitoring. By merely connecting our modular kits to your existing systems, your team will have greater insight into landfill operations and compliance, giving you peace of mind.

And for the premier service provider—offering leachate collection system, leachate containment system, and leachate remote monitoring services—turn to the experts at IET. Contact us today.

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