As a secure, digital solution, 120Water can be rapidly implemented & repeated for any program. It can also support any contaminant, including lead, arsenic, PFAS and Legionella.
Lead is the most well-known contaminant and top-of-mind for the public and water systems alike. However, other contaminants are rising to the forefront of the public eye. Arsenic, legionella, and PFAS can all negatively impact public health – but there’s less information and programmatic best practices to help systems and facilities deal with these issues.
120Water’s flexible solution handles ongoing management of safe drinking water programs for any contaminant. Water testing kits, software, and services keep you at the forefront of understanding these threats and ensure you’re on the leading edge of testing and monitoring for new contaminants that can impact public health.
Sampling data related to any contaminant is securely available at anytime, from anywhere to key stakeholders to help monitor your program status. Pre-built dashboards make it easy to see issues and take action accordingly.
Our dedicated services team, including our Center of Excellence, is at the forefront of understanding emerging contaminants, legislation surrounding them, and how you can test and monitor your water for their presence.
Lead in water continues to be a massive issue for utilities and municipalities, and proposed updates to the Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) indicate that this problem is not going away. However, even as those shifts in legislation approach, other contaminants are rising to the forefront of the public eye.Read More
We monitored policy and legislative trends in 5 key areas of drinking water to provide an up-to-date snapshot of what’s happened this year, and what’s likely to change in the future.Read More
Facilities can take steps to reduce the risk of Legionnaires’ disease – a Legionella water management program should identify areas or devices in the facility where Legionella might grow or spread, and take steps to reduce that risk.Read More