Even though its a few days ago we would like to report on a conference in October last year at which SafeCrew was presented by our partner Multisensor Systems Ltd.
On the 16th and 17th of October, a conference was held at the prestigious Bridgewater Hall in Manchester with more than 40 Multisensor distribution partners.
Multisensor Systems has carried out a Distributor Conference to present to selected partners our new analysers and the different developments we are working on as part of the SAFECrew project. The conference saw a huge interest by the participants on disinfection by-products and THMs.
Main aim of the Conference was to present to selected partners Multisensor Systems new analysers and the different developments They are working on as part of the SAFECrew project. The conference saw a huge interest by the participants on disinfection by-products and trihalomethanes (THM). Two presentations highlighted the work being done within SafeCREW, a detailed explanation of SafeCREW’s objectives as well as specific information about the research done by Eurecat. The presentations illustrated the opportunities for distributors to work together with Eurecat and the other SafeCREW partners to e.g. influence regulations in their own countries.
Multisensor Systems Ltd. is a developer and supplier of Environmental, Water and Air Monitoring instruments based in the United Kingdom, using “Electronic Nose” technology. Key to this technology is that it does not require polluting reagents or gases in the analysis process. On-line monitoring trihalomethanes (THM) in drinking water is a core business for MSS.
Eurecat is the main Research & Technology Organisation in Catalonia and the second largest private research organisation in southern Europe. In SafeCREW, Eurecat works the case-study of Tarragona (CS#3), mainly in aspects related to new methods for detecting organic matter in river water, testing advanced oxidation processes to avoid disinfection by-products production and on modelling of the water quality in the network.