Protecting Our Environment Today to Ensure a Sustainable Tomorrow
Compliance regulations are crucial to protecting the environment and conserving resources by encouraging the elimination of hazardous waste and the reduction of pesticide use. Today, many businesses strive to surpass these regulations. Whether you are creating, enforcing, or following strict compliance and reporting regulations, HOBO data loggers and weather stations offer reliable environmental monitoring solutions that generate the accurate records you need to demonstrate compliance and avoid fines, while supporting sustainability goals that protect our environment.
Temperature & Relative Humidity
Assess impacts on ecosystems, agriculture, health, and water resources
Soil Moisture & Health
Determine soil health and reduce harmful runoff
Track water usage, and avoid water loss with leak-detection alarms
Gauge effects of changing water levels and stream flows
Identify discharge events and evaluate changes in coastal ecosystems
Identify the existence or risk of hypoxic conditions
Track mine runoff to meet compliance requirements and protect downstream waters
Monitor water clarity to protect aquatic life
Wireless soil moisture data—directly to your device
The industry’s first low-cost, fully integrated soil moisture/temperature logger with Bluetooth wireless offload, the HOBO MX2307 lets you easily monitor conditions from your mobile device or Windows laptop to protect ecosystems, conserve water, and create a more sustainable world.
Which sensors and remote monitoring solutions are best for environmental compliance?
Stand-alone Data Loggers
Low-cost, high accuracy data loggers for water quality and environmental monitoring
Stand-alone Multi-Sensor Stations
Data logging stations with USB local offload for one or more measurements to suit your application need
Remote Monitoring Stations
Versatile, weatherproof cellular stations collect and send data to the cloud from a wide range of sensors
Wireless Sensor Networks
Cost-effective, powerful wireless sensor networks supported by a remote monitoring station
Data Loggers Provide Insight into Mine Water Discharge
Investigating the mines of the Pittsburgh coal basin since 1998, hydrogeologists from West Virginia University are using HOBO soil and water data loggers to identify existing and potential locations of mine water discharge and determine how to treat it. Their work is helping government and remediation groups better understand risks and impacts, and provide early warning for potential problems.