Air pollution caused by the urban supply chain is one of the UK’s biggest public health challenges and the construction industry has a key role to play in reducing pollution.
As the conversation around sustainable development become more urgent due to links establishing air pollution as having a negative impact on respiratory health (and in particular COVID-19 outcomes), companies and their clients are eager to make a positive difference.
The problem is, previous solutions for improving air quality simply have been too expensive or too complex to have a real impact. This leaves many in the industry wondering how they can make a real impact on reducing pollution and meeting their targets.
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.