SecureWaters announces new bio-sensor that detects pollutants

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In Tennessee, SecureWaters has launched AquaSentinel, a new bio-sensor device that will provide widespread water quality data. AquaSentinel is the first remotely installable device of its kind to take advantage of algae photosynthesis to instantly test for the presence of chemical pollutants in water, without the need for consumables.

From BioFuels Digest.

Effective in both saltwater and freshwater, AquaSentinel’s internal software utilizes proprietary algorithms to interpret the specific chemical signatures emitted by algae during the digestion of light and provide an accurate, real-time read of water’s contents.

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