White Paper: Improving site air quality doesn’t have to be bad for business

Apr 26, 2021 | Brochure, Guides, News

Invest in Air Quality to Improve Respiratory Health, Grow Revenues and Reduce Project Costs

The environment is a top priority of our time, posing a major threat to respiratory health. The challenges for business not taking action to reduce pollution are mounting.

But the businesses who are able to quickly take targeted action to cut air pollution are seeing health benefits and businesses benefits such as reduced costs and improved revenue. Read on to discover the 5 ways improving site air quality is good for business.



Read to discover:

Inside this guide, discover a revolutionary new approach to construction site pollution control. Learn how leading firms are using real-time emissions tracking technology to:

🔴 Slash NOx, PM and other dangerous pollutants
🔴 Instantly identify and resolve pollution breaches
🔴 Save hundreds of site investigation hours
🔴 Drive culture change across the supply chain
🔴 Reassure planners, clients and local communities
🔴 Pave the way for net zero construction

The solution combines Internet of Things sensors with AI-powered data analytics to give construction teams unprecedented insight into vehicle and equipment emissions. For the first time, root causes of pollution events can be quickly identified and addressed.

Read inside about the limitations of current site pollution control tactics, the technology breakthroughs making new approaches viable, and how innovators are using pollution intelligence to take dramatic steps towards sustainable construction.

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

Discover the 5 ways improving site air quality is good for business

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.


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