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Air Quality Monitoring and Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems for Local Authorities, Universities / Research Institutions and Industry.
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A great new case study from our supplier, MPL, outlines how a Micro Pulse LiDAR system helped researchers at the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) user facility on Ascension island better understand how particles from biomass burning in Africa affect the Earth’s cloud properties.
Working for an Environmental Company, ETs Engineers are keen to do their bit to keep vehicle emissions generated by themselves to an absolute minimum. One long standing ET engineer, Kevin Phillips ditches his diesel van on the edge of the town or city of his job location and bikes in to service the AQ station whenever possible.
#WorldEnvironmentDay’s theme is #airpollution, the cause of a public health emergency in London. We took bold action and launched the world’s first Ultra Low Emission Zone in London to clean up our toxic air. This is the effect #ULEZ is already having ↓ pic.twitter.com/lPFDW0y4ZO— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) June 5, 2019
For measuring ambient air pollution in cities, at airports, ports and and at industrial plants, one of the cleverest, most representative and cost-effective methods is Opsis DOAS open-path. To find out more about open-path, contact ET. https://t.co/xCSVJOT0zv #AirQuality pic.twitter.com/gI6HIq6rYe— Enviro Technology (@AirMonitoring) May 31, 2019
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