Improperly managed urban wastewater poses a significant environmental and health risk due to pollutants like harmful bacteria, viruses, nitrogen, and phosphorus. These contaminants can harm rivers and lakes. The EU’s Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive mandates structured wastewater treatment to remove organic pollution and reduce nitrogen and phosphorus, thus preventing algal blooms, especially in larger urban areas near sensitive water bodies.

Implementation of MERATCH Technology
The deployment of MERATCH IoT sensors across various Bratislava sites marks a significant advancement in wastewater management. These radar-based sensors are designed for precision, continuously monitoring wastewater levels and relaying real-time data. This allows for optimal wastewater release management in line with environmental standards.
Integral to this system is the CORVUS device, which plays a crucial role in ensuring seamless data transmission from MERATCH sensors, particularly in areas with limited signal coverage. Whether in shafts, channels, or underground spaces, CORVUS effectively overcomes environmental challenges to deliver accurate data, ensuring the reliability and robustness of our wastewater management solutions under demanding conditions.


• Real-time Notifications and Rapid Response: MERATCH enables prompt actions in non-standard situations, reducing response time and protecting local water ecosystems for enhanced environmental sustainability.
• Transformed Wastewater Management: Transformed wastewater management into a data-driven operation, providing instant access to critical data for effective wastewater release management.
• Precise and Environmentally Compliant Management: This technology simplifies monitoring and contributes significantly to achieving broader European wastewater treatment goals.