Read here first: The Right to Know H2O team is petitioning the U.N. to recognize right-to-know water quality as a fundamental human right.  Learn more

Our comments on federal right-to-know drinking water rules Learn more  ➤

Innovating water . . .

with technology . . .

skills . . .

teamwork . . .

collaboration . . .

dedication . . .

and pride . . .

for ALL.

A program of training, innovation, and research in real-time water monitoring technologies, committed to the principle that the human right to clean water requires the right-to-know water is clean.

Choate Pond

Observatory

Smartest pond on the planet

Jun. 20, 2024
Air Quality: Good
9:30 AM EDT
Pace University
Pleasantville, NY
About water monitoring here

Water (Ada)
Temp: 76.6 F
Oxygen: 129%
pH: 7.65
Turbidity: 13.7
Salinity: 0.27

Weather
Temp: 75.7°F
Humidity: 87.3 %
Solar Flux: 433 sfu
Wind: S 10.0 mph
Baro. Press: 1016.6 mbar

Featured Post

Bringing games to life at Blue CoLab

By Sebastian Roman, Ian Shimba, Kyle Strayhorn, Keathson Lam, Louisa Moquete.

Every game begins with an idea. For we, the Game Dev Team of Blue CoLab, inspiration struck when we were challenged to make learning about water and technology fun and interactive. The journey from a simple idea to a fully functional game kiosk is complex and challenging, but immensely rewarding.

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Blue CoLab Spring ’24 Team

blue colab team fall 2022

Top Row, L-R: Kyle Strayhorn, Ian Shimba, Sasha Breygina, Sebastian Roman, Phoenix Ellord. Middle: Keathson Lam, Alex Chen, Professor John Cronin, Kenji Okura, Victor Lima, Charles Metayer. Bottom: Professor Leanne Keeley, Leanna Machado, Cece Porter, Lizi Imedashvili, Lulu Moquette, Justin Brandon. Not Present: Dan White, Alexandra Tejeda

Our Team at Work

Right-to-Know H2O

What Are Ada and Alan Telling Us?

Our solar-powered monitoring stations have transformed Choate Pond into a real-time laboratory. Named for 19th century mathematician Ada Lovelace, and British computer scientist Alan Turing, who broke the Nazi Enigma code, the stations report water quality to our server every 15 minutes. Learn more.

What is in Pace drinking water?

Here is your guide to campus drinking water. It includes a description of Pace Pleasantville water sources, applicable drinking water rules, and an archive of Annual Water Quality Reports. Because Pace Pleasantville manages the local collection and distribution of its drinking water we are considered a “community water system” under federal and state law. Pace must therefore comply with applicable governmental reporting. Educate yourself! An informed drinking water consumer is a healthy drinking water consumer. Learn more.

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Bringing games to life at Blue CoLab

Bringing games to life at Blue CoLab

Every game begins with an idea. For we, the Game Dev Team of Blue CoLab, inspiration struck when we were challenged to make learning about water and technology fun and interactive. The journey from a simple idea to a fully functional game kiosk is complex and challenging, but immensely rewarding.

read more