True Elements provides next generation water quality reporting, indexing and forecasting for anywhere in the US. We deliver that intelligence in three different offerings:
Climate and Water Intelligence Subscription Service - a software platform with easy to use, highly localized, dynamic intelligence with visual insights for drinking water quality, surface water quality, and climate water-related risks. Pricing is subscription based.
Climate and Water Integrated Data Product With Intelligent Insights - We license highly curated and normalized climate and water data, forecasting, and indexing for flexible delivery into a customer’s existing distribution platform. Pricing is negotiated with fixed, service and audience-based components.
Customized Water Intelligence Service With Blended Data - a customized blending of our customers’ water quality data with True Elements’ curated, normalized, and directed environmental water quality data to generate reporting and visual insights specific to that customer. This enables a customer to build a complete 360 degree view of water quality conditions. Pricing is negotiated.
The Complete Data Platform that unifies multiple databases.
The Water Quality Forecasting Service
The Water Quality Index
The True Elements Data Platform
The True Elements service is built on a groundbreaking concept — The Water Pedigree™.
Much like the pharmaceutical industry is required to track the pedigree (production history) of every capsule, tablet and drop of insulin, True Elements traces the journey of every molecule of water from the moment it hits the ground until it reaches the sea – and all the “puts” and “takes” along the way.
Water Quality Forecast
True Elements water quality Forecast is a first of its kind, predicting levels of nitrogen, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, and sulfur for environmental and source water anywhere in the U.S.
The Forecast algorithm considers over 32 variables based on:
Weather (past & present)
The Forecast looks forward from a few hours to 14 days, preparing users for "impulse events" like storms, hurricanes, and upstream spills and releases.
By using the True Elements water quality Forecast, users are able to schedule treated releases to meet regulatory standards, save operational costs, and anticipate the effects of unusual events to safeguard public health and safety, and the environment.
With advance knowledge, users can:
Schedule equipment maintenance
Plan for power and chemicals more efficiently
Better schedule capital replacement and investments
Provide proactive warnings for harmful health conditions (for example blue green algae, red tide, and other harmful contaminations)
Inform watershed management
Schedule dams and other water control structures
Informing sewage treatment measures (improving reuse of treated waste water)
The goal is to make understanding the complexity of water quality simple. To that end, we created TrueQI™ — a first of its kind water quality index for the drinking water score for any zip code in the United States.
TrueQI™ gives a score from 0 to 100 – much like a credit score. Users can compare past, present and future quality and measure those against regulatory standards. Users can also define their own scoring criteria based on things like specific contaminants or product specifications.
What all of this means for the water information industry:
For the first time, one platform provides a simple to use, holistic view of water quality data – past, present and future.
Water Managers for industrial, commercial and agricultural users can anticipate and remediate water quality conditions with the most complete water quality data available. This includes the scheduling of treatments, chemicals, people and power, as well as filtering, flushing and scheduling of equipment maintenance.
IoT data providers and device manufacturers can amplify the effectiveness of on premise water quality data by integrating it with environmental water quality data to develop a holistic water quality profile.
Water managers and government agencies can access up to date business intelligence to support management and policy. And ESG analysts can similarly evaluate credit risks that depend on water risk and ecosystem health.