Helps with CMOM and Security Guidelines

Greenwood, Indiana – June 6, 2005 – OmniSite (www.omnisite.com), the leader in low cost easy to use monitoring equipment for the wastewater industry, today announced that the OmniSite Crystal Ball was recently recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency in an article that describes advantages and disadvantages of several different styles of alarm systems for water and wastewater security. Click here to read the EPA water and wastewater alarm security article, EPA Security Alarm Article. The OmniSite system would fall under the Wireless Communications Method under the Cellular Technology section. 

The OmniSite product line, besides being an excellent choice for water and wastewater security alarm monitors, also is an excellent choice when trying to meet CMOM guidelines. The Greenwood Metropolitan Authority purchased 15 OmniSite monitors in 2002 to help meet their CMOM guidelines. The OmniSite RTU’s monitor high level alarms, power failures, rainfall and also helps calculate pump station flow at 15 of their 26 pump stations. Click here to read the Greenwood Metropolitan Authority CMOM Case Study, Greenwood County CMOM Article. 

Justin Poehler, Technical Support Analyst, had this to say about the Crystal Ball “The Crystal Ball is an excellent security alarm monitor for water towers and pump stations. The fact that customers can hook up multiple cameras to give them a real-time look at their location, is a real “plus” for the customer. With new water security regulations, CMOM compliance and the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002, water and wastewater utilities have a lot on their minds, and OmniSite believes the Crystal Ball will help with the process of meeting the criteria of these regulations.” Click here to read the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002,Bioterrorism Act. 

About OmniSite

OmniSite is a cellular monitoring solutions company that provides cellular monitoring and control of equipment to the water and wastewater industries. The OmniSite system was specifically designed to be the easiest to install, setup and use lift station monitor on the market. OmniSite cellular monitors are on sewage pumping stations across the country, allowing operators to view and analyze data from any computer at any time and anywhere. OmniSite is privately held with headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana. For more information, please visit www.omnisite.com, or e-mail us atsales@omnisite.com

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