ZIONSVILLE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Zionsville-based 120Water has announced a partnership with Hach, a water quality testing company headquartered in Colorado. 120Water, which has developed a digital water testing platform, says the agreement will boost water quality and compliance programs around the world.
As part of the partnership, Hach says it will offer 120Water’s platform as an additional service to its customers. The platform will be integrated with Claros, the water intelligence system developed by Hach, to further apply data management and process management to drinking water compliance.
Megan Glover, chief executive officer of 120Water says the partnership will bring an end-to-end drinking water compliance platform to utility customers.
“This is especially important as many utilities face ongoing resource constraints in addition to new challenges based on proposed changes to the Lead & Copper Rule (LCR), which is already one of the most complex requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act,” said Glover.
120Water says the revised LCR will likely include a new communications requirement for utilities to notify customers within 24 hours of being notified of elevated lead levels in drinking water.