A Case for Transparency

The latest monitoring technology helps the Hampton Roads Sanitation District take subjectivity out of the equation when assessing odor issues
A Case for Transparency
The OdoWatch system uses electronic sensors, programmed to recognize specific odors, at strategic points in the treatment processes. Information from these sensors (eNoses) is then coupled with on-site meteorological data.

The concept of transparency today reminds us that government is always accountable to the people. A brief Internet search reveals a rapid trend toward making government data available and user-friendly for private citizens.

Transparency is often associated with financial...

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