Empowering you to improve urban air quality
Reduce urban air and noise pollution on your sites with EMSOL’s targeted data insights, unique camera technology and real time analytics
Identify the exact sources of air and noise pollution with our camera technology and powerful dashboards
Improve community relations by taking action before you breach limits with our real-time alerts
Grow sales as well as your margins with clear evidence of how you’re improving urban air quality
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Using EMSOL meant getting data we could take action on, to bring us closer to our Net Zero goal – like changing delivery patterns, informing traffic planning and evaluating equipment and supplier sources.
Ali Ashpilel, Sustainability Manager, Mace Group
With the old school air quality monitoring you knew there was a breach somewhere but with EMSOL you can see exactly when, where, what caused it and how intense it was. And that’s crucial.
Alexander Pocklington, Principal Impact Assessor, Croydon Council
Proving the conversion of our fleet to Euro 6 has had a beneficial impact on the site has been great. If we can see breaches happening when other contractors’ fleets are on-site, it proves our case.
Andrew Dixon, Regional Transport Manager, Hanson
The EMSOL platform has enabled us to track the vehicles causing breaches and which parts of the facility we need to manage more closely.
Andrew Coke, Facilities Manager, Corporation of London
EMSOL helped us to target enforcement against non-compliant site vehicle activity and pollution.
It’s important for us to understand the environmental impact at our sites. EMSOL’’s equipment measures air quality and noise levels to help identify and manage the factors that affect them.
Justin Laney, Partner and General Manager, John Lewis Partnership
As an NHS Foundation Trust and anchor institution, we are keen to reduce our contribution to poor local air quality and its effects on human health. The Emsol technology will help us understand local pollution levels, its sources and identify targeted action we can take to improve the situation.
Tanja Dalle-Muenchmeyer, Trust Air Quality Manager, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals Foundation Trust
In the past, I have found that noise and dust monitoring does not offer insights into what the cause of the pollution may be. EMSOL are striving to provide meaningful, real-time insight into our pollution events to give the delivery team an opportunity to reduce the impact and frequency of these.
Finn McGowan, SCS Section Engineer, Area East
By having the EMSOL air and noise quality measuring equipment installed at site, it has allowed us to focus on some operational improvements which minimises any impact our recycling operations has on the local environment.
Chris Batterbee, Environmental Compliance Manager, Powerday
Protecting respiratory health
Supply chain activity is one of the biggest sources of air pollution, but it can be hard and expensive to take action especially in fast-growing, complex urban supply chains. In turn, it makes it more difficult to evidence ESG and Net Zero plans.
Transform how you manage site pollution
EMSOL is designed for any organisation trying to hit their environmental targets versus simply monitoring the status. Our pioneering data analysis and insights are quick to set up, easy-to-use and work with your existing technology systems.
Latest news and events
It’s been an exciting time at EMSOL. Not only have we closed our latest public Seedrs crowdfunding campaign, but we have exceeded our crowdfunding target. Exceeding a crowdfunding target is a remarkable achievement for any company, let alone a startup company that is...
Following a competitive tender, EMSOL has won a contract with Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital Foundation Trust (GSTT). The significance of this win not only showcases GSTT’s ongoing commitment to clean air, but also demonstrates EMSOL’s excellence and expertise when it...
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