By 2050, untreated wastewater could contaminate one-third of global annual renewable freshwater supplies.
Industrial withdrawals are expected to rise by 55% by 2025.
About 5 million people die every year from water-related illness
400 of China's 660 main cities face water shortages one-third of rural residents drink unsafe water.
15-35% of agricultural water withdrawals are in excess of sustainable limits.
70% of irrigation and 80% of domestic water use comes from groundwater, which is rapidly being depleted. 15% of aquifers are in critical condition this is expected to grow to 60% in 25 years.
Our research plan is based on providing a new product solution that has positive impact on our drinking water sources. Our main research and development topic is to develop an environmental monitoring network for water quality assurance.
Groundwater accounts for over 97% of all freshwaters available on earth, yet contamination is threatening this water resource.
IPM develops pollutant-sensors for continuous monitoring of water quality in water environments like water works and wells.
IPM's solution is cost effective and time saving and delivers high quality measurements directly to your computer.