What's So Special about the Paris Agreement?

     On December 12, 2015, the world’s first universal climate agreement was adopted at the United Nations Framework on Climate Change. The Paris Climate Agreement sets ambitious Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission goals for both developed and developing countries. The main goal for this 31-page document is to keep global temperature rise below 2 degrees ...

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Waterborne Diseases

Recently, the World Health Organization announced they will be sending a million cholera vaccines to Haiti to prevent another outbreak. Hurricane Matthew brought winds as fast as 233 kilometres per hour to the country and caused widespread flooding as a result.

The Aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti

Waterborne diseases occur when a person ingests ...

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The Ongoing Crisis with Groundwater Depletion

As you may have heard, California has been in a 'drought emergency' since January 2014. In other words, their underground aquifers are not sustainable drinking water sources. The state has, however, discovered large underwater aquifers located thousands of feet below the ground. The question now is, how can these aquifers be accessed without adversely affecting ...

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Ambience Data at WEFTEC 2016

Ambience Data at WEFTEC 2016

Our CEO/Founder, Nisha Sarveswaran, showcasing with Heron Instruments Inc. 

WEFTEC (or The Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference) is the largest water quality conference in North America. This year, Ambience Data attended the conference along with the Canadian Trade Commission and Heron Instruments Inc. to meet other peers in the water quality field ...

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Modern Drinking Water Technology

We use water at home for a variety of reasons like cooking, gardening, showering, etc. If our homes are without clean water, we would not be able to perform our everyday functions. As a result, it is important for drinking water plants to consistently monitor the quality of water being sent to residences. 

Drinking ...

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