Biodiversity has a big role to play in our supply of water. From natural chalk streams providing filtration to protecting key species for ecosystem functioning, it is important to understand the biodiversity of aquatic systems.
As water sector companies balance increased demand with the move towards net zero 2030, it is essential to find innovative solutions that provide increased sampling resolution and reduced sampling effort and cost.
Our environmental DNA (eDNA) monitoring approach helps managers make more informed decisions to effectively mitigate impacts, while reducing effort, costs and safety risks commonly associated with conventional biodiversity monitoring survey methods.
Our simple-to-use sampling kits can be used by staff or contractors on the ground to assess biodiversity and monitor for protected and invasive aquatic vertebrate, invertebrate species.
If engaging local communities is a priority for you, you can use our citizen science capability to really involve them on the journey.