Environmental monitoring ensures the management of natural resources contributing to sustainable development through processes and activities, which characterize and monitor the quality of the environment. This typically includes the monitoring of the chemical and microbiological quality of surface and groundwater to comply with Water Use Licenses, monitoring in support of environmental impact assessments and other scenarios where human activities carry a risk of harmful effects on the natural environment. Triviron infrastructure specializes in different aspects of environmental monitoring and render the following services:
Triviron infrastructure provides water quality monitoring as well as the interpretation of the generated data in a report format that includes the level of compliance with the relevant legislation. Relevant data is interpreted to identify trends and possible pollution sources. All data is saved in an electronic database for future reference.
Biological monitoring utilizes aquatic communities in freshwater systems (like rivers and wetlands) to assess the health of such systems. Biological monitoring is also required by many water licenses, but can be used to assess specific impacts or the general health of aquatic ecosystems.