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Monitoring on the effluent and their content, and after that a tailored care, are important for keeping the water sources.
Water sources use the human kind, and therefore pollution of entire ecological systems, means destroying the world of plants and animals, and risking the health of the residents of the same environment.
Following that, the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the Ministry of Health set up guidelines for monitoring various effluent that are discharged to the sewerage systems.
The monitoring is a periodic sampling in numerous places for the effluent. Local councils/municipalities or water and sewerage corporations are performing the basic monitoring according to the factories/ agricultural field or the sewerage systems’ location.
In addition, there’s a demand for extra monitoring (complementary monitoring) by the factories. These guidelines were set by the Ministry of Health in order to create monitoring and supervision of the factories on the level of pollution related to their effluent.
To perform effluent monitoring, the Ministry of Environmental Protection set up guidelines for a monitoring plan.
The council/corporation or the factory design the plan and then send it for confirmation of the Government Office. The results of the monitoring program are sent, as above, to Government Ministries (the Ministry of Environmental Protection or the Ministry of Health accordingly) for guidelines for effluent treatment.
The monitoring plan requires collection of much data. It requires the samplers to detail where the sampling is done, what’s the sampling’s method, and what are the parameters measured. In addition, the sampling’s frequency, the effluent’s destination and more.
The monitoring’s results will be sent to the environment supervisor of the Ministry of Environmental Protection for analyzing them and reaching conclusions about taking care of the effluent: can they turn them to reclaimed water to use them in agriculture, or if they can purify them and discharge clean waters to the municipal sewerage systems.
If the monitoring results show abnormalities in the quantities of hazardous substances in the effluent, the factory will be fined severely and will be required to treat its effluent as soon as possible and increase the amount of monitoring it performs.
The guidelines of the Ministry of Environmental Protection are updated annually and must be followed and adhered to.
Many factories and farmers, who are unfamiliar with the new guidelines and do not act on them are likely to be fined.
To prevent this, you can get help from consulting companies such as “Reznik Infrastructure Systems Ltd.”, which are updated with the guidelines and treatment of sewage and know how to properly monitor and treat industrial effluent, thus saving many fines that constitute unnecessary financial expense and even more unnecessary and dangerous environmental damage.
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