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Solution to Problems in Water Quality Monitoring Process
Date:2024-06-27 Browse: 14

Although we have achieved satisfactory results in water quality monitoring with our continuous efforts, this does not mean that there are no problems left. At present, the monitoring station network has not covered all areas, and water supply enterprises need to install standard requirements to complete corresponding water quality testing projects. Due to various factors, enterprises have not completed the testing of all indicators. Therefore, in order to effectively address the problems in water quality monitoring, it is necessary to start from the following aspects!

 

Establish an Effective and Long-term Water Resource Monitoring and Management System

The environmental monitoring in our country belongs to the same ecosystem watershed and is under the jurisdiction of multiple departments, which results in a lack of overall consideration for the entire watershed. Once a sudden water pollution incident occurs, it will involve multiple departments such as water conservancy, environmental protection, transportation, water supply, urban construction, and planning. If it is not at the same level, it is difficult to achieve consistency. From this, it can be seen that establishing a long-term and effective water resources monitoring and management system is particularly important. Clarifying the functions of monitoring institutions and personnel, clarifying the division of tasks among major departments, and requiring mutual assistance and cooperation to ensure the scientificity and credibility of testing data provide good conditions for carrying out water resources supervision, evaluation, assessment, etc.

 

Conduct Research on Water Quality Prediction

At present, water quality testing in our country mainly focuses on water quality monitoring and water pollution control, and there is no systematic analysis and research on water quality prediction. Since the implementation of water quality monitoring in our country, we have accumulated a lot of monitoring data, but the monitoring results have not been systematically utilized. So, based on the current monitoring status and various experimental results of our water quality, we can mainly carry out water quality prediction analysis, including various factors that affect water quality in different river regions and seasons. We can prepare for online water quality monitoring and water conservancy applications to improve the service capacity of water resources.

 

Enhance Investment and Enhance the Comprehensive Quality of Staff

We know that the water quality monitoring industry is a technology intensive industry that involves multiple technical fields, such as electronics, software, machinery, etc. This requires accumulated experience! We also need R&D and technical personnel to drive the development of the industry. This is actually something that is currently lacking in the industry, so it is particularly important to increase investment and improve the comprehensive quality of staff! We need to promote the healthy and sustainable development of the water quality monitoring industry by strengthening technical guidance, increasing investment in key technologies, attaching importance to the cultivation of scientific researchers, enhancing monitoring team monitoring, and improving the comprehensive quality of monitoring personnel.

 

Third Party Monitoring Agencies

At present, only a few cities in China have attempted to introduce third-party organizations for data monitoring. Many places still arrange relevant departments within the local environmental protection department to carry out monitoring work. The quality and stability of monitoring in all aspects are difficult to be fairly supervised, and the monitoring process can be troublesome if there are any problems. So if a third-party organization monitors, they can ensure the authenticity and reliability of the test results! However, it is also necessary to strengthen supervision of third-party monitoring agencies to avoid the establishment of a community of interests between water supply enterprises and third-party organizations.

 

Publicly Disclose Information on Water Quality Monitoring

The disclosure of water quality monitoring information is undoubtedly the public’s right to know, participate, and supervise. Regular publication of data and analysis results is required to achieve information interaction between the public and relevant departments. This helps to restore public confidence in water quality, thereby increasing trust in relevant departments and strengthening public participation and social supervision!