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Environmental Monitoring

Eyasco's Environmental Monitoring Solutions are designed specifically for water resource applications such as reservoirs, lakes, rivers, streams, springs, bays, and estuaries. These are typically deployed in various scenarios, including canal operations, drinking water management, flood control, well, and ground monitoring, and habitat restoration.

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Waterways Monitoring

Eyasco’s water resource monitoring systems are primarily deployed at reservoirs, lakes, rivers, streams, springs, bays, and estuaries. Applications include canal operations, drinking water management, flood control, well and ground monitoring, and habitat restoration/conservation. Most data parameters include water level, temperature, flow rate, stage and turbidity.

Safety Monitoring

Water level and flow are critical safety monitoring parameters where flooding may occur. Our systems can be programed to trigger warning alarms and/or an automated task. This critical information is available on our Grabdata dashboard (and public sites) to determine if possible safety action is needed.

Ground Water Monitoring

Our Groundwater Monitoring automates the measurement of groundwater levels and quality parameters such as temperature and flow. The measurements are transmitted to our Grabdata dashboard providing valuable information while saving time of from having to go to the field.

Spring and Drinking Water Monitoring

Water extracted from spring sources are monitored for flow, load station dispatch, tanks levels, temperature, turbidity, and other parameters. The monitored data is easily accessible via our Grabdata dashboard and Merlin Software.

Water Diversion Reporting

California Water Diversion Regulations:

Water Measurement and Reporting (regulation SB88) requires most diverters to measure and report the amount of water they divert. Accurate measurement data is critical for managing and making informed decisions regarding California’s water supply, especially during droughts. Diverters who fail to measure and report their diversions could be subject to fines and other penalties.

Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA): The Department of Water Resources (DWR) enacted SGMA, requiring all high and medium priority basins to develop Groundwater Sustainability Plans. Information regarding DWR assistance programs and the SGMA framework can be found on the SGMA webpage.

Water Reporting Requirements:

Anyone who diverts water from a stream, river, or lake must report to the State Water Resources Control Board every year by February 1st. This rule applies to everyone even if the amount of water is small and even if the stream is on your property. Details on how and what to report can be found on this Fact Sheet provided by the California State Water Board.

How Eyasco can help

Eyasco is experienced in the measuring and reporting process to the California State Water Board.
Our monitoring solutions and reporting can be tailored to meet your needs based on state requirements. 

Eyasco installs monitoring systems that provide data and reporting for Californians who divert water from ground, streams, rivers, or lakes.

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