Simplify Water Quality Monitoring
Make informed decisions about water safety
1.8 billion people around the world use a source of drinking water contaminated with feces.
844 million people in the world – one in ten – do not have clean water (WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program Report 2017 update)
340,000 children under five die annually from diarrheal diseases due to poor water, sanitation and hygiene. (UN Water 2017)
Water Quality Monitoring
Water is rarely tested for quality in developing countries. The global water quality crisis is beyond urgent. It is also an unnecessary crisis.
The greatest waterborne risk to health is from the transmission of fecal pathogens. Ongoing water quality monitoring is crucial to understanding if water is contaminated with fecal bacteria.
Just because water looks, tastes and smells clean does not mean it is safe to drink.
Water quality monitoring must be done in a health risk framework in order to understand how unsafe water adversely affects the health citizens in every country and community.
Water quality data lets countries and communities to take the right corrective actions in order ensure safe water for their citizens.
Aquagenx Test Kits for Water Quality Monitoring
Aquagenx portable water quality test kits simplify water quality monitoring. Our kits are designed for field level testing and are easy to transport and use, even in low resource, remoate locations.
Use Aquagenx water quality test kits to:
- Determine if water is safe or not
- Measure the extent of the health risk of water
- Validate the effectiveness of water safety plans
- Test water quality before and after treatment
Use Aquagenx water quality test kits in any location and water point:
- Point of use
- Distribution systems
- Stored water
- Healthcare facilities