Stroud based air quality monitoring equipment and service contract provider, Enviro Technology Services (ET), are both proud and delighted to have retained the Greater Manchester Air Quality Network (GMAQN) yet again, following on from a recent tender exercise.
The GMAQN currently comprises of 20 real-time monitoring stations on what is, one of the largest regional metropolitan networks in England. The monitoring stations, located in Wigan, Trafford, Tameside, Stockport, Salford, Rochdale, Oldham, Manchester, Bury and Bolton are all professionally serviced, maintained, and supported by ET.
The unification and harmonisation of the AQM stations operated by the various Greater Manchester local authorities began in 2013 with the birth of the GMAQN, and ET is proud to have been involved with this network since its inception.
ET has a proven track record over the years, providing the network with excellent all-round service and support and consistently high data capture rates.
ET’s Managing Director, Duncan Mounsor concludes “we are extremely proud to continue our association with the GMAQN and our retention of this contract truly does reflect our commitment to quality and focus on superior customer service. I’m also as ever, thankful to our customer support admin team and of course our team of service engineers, especially our regionally based engineers in the Greater Manchester and surrounding areas”.