Newfoundland agency in talks with NATO re: water quality technology

When the seed for a real-time water quality monitoring program was planted by the province of Newfoundland and Labrador over a decade ago, the objective was to monitor lakes, rivers and streams near major industrial operations in remote regions of the province. No one expected the program would catch the eye of North Atlantic Treaty Organization for applications in the Middle East, but by 2005 NATO saw a fit for the province’s technology with the monitoring of the Nile River for “environmental security.” What makes the NL-developed technology so attractive to the international community? Click the link to the Daily Commercial News and find out!

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