WQeMS

Monitoring of drinking water through the Copernicus programme.

WQeMS

WQeMS (Copernicus assisted lake water quality emergency monitoring service) is a project designed to provide water supply companies and agencies with emergency services for monitoring surface water quality using satellite products of Copernicus, the European Union’s Earth observation programme. The Spanish case study includes the Empresa Municipal de Aguas y Saneamiento de Murcia (Emuasa) and Hidrogea, which participate as partners. A key objective of the project is to provide decision-making tools for quality control in the catchment of the drinking water treatment plant (DWTP) of La Contraparada and Los Guillermos, enabling the early detection of any possible events that could affect the drinking water treatment process.

Duration: January 2021 - June 2023
Coordinator: CERTH (coord., GR)
CERTH (coord., GR), CETAQUA (ES), CREAF (ES), EOMAP (GE), AAWA (IT), SERCO (IT), EYATH (GR), ENG, SYKE, PHOEBE (CY), EMUASA (ES)
WQeMS

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