ADS Environmental Services
ADS Environmental Services invented the permanent flow monitor concept for measuring sewage flow in collection systems. Today, thousands of ADS monitoring locations throughout the world measure more than four billion gallons of flow each day for clients managing small to large networks. ADS flow monitoring systems offer a full line of flow monitoring equipment and data analysis tools. This includes our wide range of flow monitors, rain gauges, web-hosted systems, as well as desk-top and field-friendly software.Based upon decades of research and design experience, ADS monitoring systems are robust and ideal for operating in both sanitary and combined sewers.

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1300 Meridian Street
Suite 3000
Huntsville, AL 35801
United States
Toll-free: 800-633-7246
Phone: 256-430-3366
Fax: 256-430-6633

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