Simple Guide for the Construction Industry to Reduce Pollution

FREE GUIDE: Discover How to Meet Your Clean Air Targets in Construction

Protect your people and the local community: a new way to reduce construction pollution.

  • Air pollution caused by the urban supply chain is one of the UK’s biggest public health challenges.
  • Taking control of pollution in the construction is difficult because there is no way to identify the source.
  • Previous solutions for improving air quality simply have been too expensive or too complex to have a real impact.
  • Companies need simple recommendations on how to take targeted action and make sustainable investments pay off.

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Urban construction sites are hotspots for dangerous air pollution, pumping out emissions that damage health and environment. As calls grow louder for the industry to clean up its act, contractors face mounting pressure to reduce impacts.

But complex supply chains and limited visibility have made meaningful progress near impossible – until now.

Inside this guide, discover a revolutionary new approach to construction site pollution control. Learn how leading firms are deploying smart technology to:

🔴 Slash NOx, PM and other toxic emissions
🔴 Rapidly identify and resolve pollution breaches
🔴 Save hundreds of compliance hours
🔴 Incentivize and validate supply chain sustainability
🔴 Reassure planners, clients and communities
🔴 Enable zero-emission construction

Combining monitoring devices with telematics and analytics, this breakthrough solution makes real-time polluter attribution viable for the first time. With unprecedented insight into vehicle and equipment emissions, root causes of pollution can be quickly found and addressed.

Read inside about the swelling health impacts of construction pollution, the technologies catalyzing new approaches, and how innovators are using pollution intelligence to take dramatic steps towards sustainable building.

With intensifying regulatory and social pressure, now is the time for contractors to step up. Discover how smart monitoring is empowering firms to lead the charge.

Taking control over emissions is difficult

Compliance teams are under-resourced and over-worked, stuck behind the curve with unspecific and retrospective emissions breach data. Even the latest, most expensive monitoring systems aren’t fit for purpose.

Imagine if instead, teams could get real-time, specific evidence about emissions breaches delivered straight to their mobile. So they can pinpoint the problem the moment it becomes a problem, and take specific steps to improve air quality. Click here to download the free guide.

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