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Remote Monitoring Systems Ensure Effective Cleanup of Leaking Underground Storage Tanks
By Global Monitoring
Remediation systems used to cleanup leaking underground storage sites are often operated in remote locations, functioning without operator assistance.
Monitoring operations and scheduling maintenance becomes difficult as systems contain various operating components and complex functions that cannot be closely managed by an operator. Global Monitoring's Messenger Remote Monitoring Unit works with sensors attached to various points of the remediation system to provide real-time data on parameters such as water levels, temperature, power and pump operation via standard phone-line interface, cellular data or Ethernet.
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