ToltHawk for Sewers

The Problem

Sewer systems in many small towns, mid-size cities, and large metropolis share a common problem: sewage overflow. Inflow and infiltration, illegal dumping into sewers, and sewer blockages causes millions of dollars in damages around the country annually and until recently, there was no way to predict a sewage overflow before it happened. ToltHawk has developed a new kind of sensor technology specifically for tracking water levels inside sewers using man hole covers and sewer lift stations.

Our Solution

ToltHawk for Sewers solves these problems by detecting changes in water-levels in real time from the comfort of your desk using a computer or cellular device. Our technology is successfully able to warn you of possible issues relating to inflow and infiltration, illegal dumping into sewers, and sewer blockages. Each ToltHawk sensor is installed onto a manhole cover and is then able to pinpoint problematic sections of a sewer line before the issue escalates to a point where the effects are apparent overground.


24/7 Monitoring

ToltHawk for Sewers is able to monitor the live status of a sewer system, no matter the time of day. The data is available to you at your fingertips on both our phone and web apps. 

Alert System

Get instant phone notifications in case of an emergency such as overflow or blockages. Our system alerts you exactly when and where the issue occurs saving you time and resources when responding. 

Easy Installation

Easy installation without requiring engineering, electrical wiring or calibration. On average it takes around ___ minutes to install a Tolthawk Sewer sensor and have it start sending you live data! 

User-Friendly Interface

The ToltHawk Data Dashboard is easy to understand and use with a variety of useful information including the geographical locations of each sensor and overall status of the sewer system. 

Live and Historical View

Using ToltHawk's sensors, you will be able to track both live and historical data from your devices to understand trends and patterns after an event or incident and over multiple seasons. 


Uses either cellular service or a long-range Radio (LoRa) signal where cell service is not available to ensure data stays reliable and up-to-date.