s::can Stories

A collection of videos from our s::can film team about selected references worldwide.

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s::can monitors the water quality of the Alseseca River in Mexico


Location: Puebla, Mexico

Application: River Monitoring

Over years, the Atoyac-Alseseca river system has gotten polluted by industrial waste water as well as the population. A scientist team measures the water quality with s::can products, to detect polluting parameters in real-time, where they come from, and to take countermeasures immediately. Furthermore, awareness needs to be risen among the people to ensure that the river system is kept clean, which is made possible by showing them the results of the analysis.



s::can monitors the Ganges River



Location: India

Application: River Monitoring

In India, the Ganga river is seen as a holy water. However, industries, the population and cultural customs, such as the release of dead bodies into the water, pollute the river. Therefore, 36 monitoring stations along the Ganga river are installed and are sending accurate water quality data to the government for five years. Those stations are placed from the mountains of Gangotri to the plains of Kolkata, 1500 kilometres down the river. Guddu Baba, an activist fighting for the holy river, gave his blessings to our monitoring program and accompanies our video. 



Water Quality Monitoring at an Indian Paper Plant



Location: New Delhi, India

Application: Industrial Monitoring

India is investing impressively into reduction and control of industrial emissions. s::can is part of this program, providing its products for industrial waste water monitoring with close to 1000 installations country-wide. An Indian Paper Plant uses our applications and was able to raise its water recycling rate to 90%, to ensure that only perfectly treated water will feed back into the delicate manufacturing process. Eight parameters are measured online by s::can's maintenance-free system, enabling to lower the costs compared to a traditional monitoring system and ensuring the use of purified water in the process.