Air Monitoring

Air monitoring is the systematic, continuous measurement of pollutants in the atmosphere to assess air quality and its impact on human health and the environment. This essential process involves the use of advanced technologies and instruments to detect and quantify the presence of various contaminants, including particulate matter (PM), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2), carbon monoxide (CO), ozone (O3), and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

By continuously tracking these pollutants, air monitoring helps identify pollution sources, evaluate the effectiveness of air quality regulations, and provide data for research and policy development. This information is crucial for protecting public health, as poor air quality can lead to respiratory issues, cardiovascular diseases, and other serious health conditions.

On this feed, you will find the latest solutions and services for monitoring air from across the sector as well as the latest news.

Digital Edition

AET 28.2 April/May 2024

May 2024

Business News - Teledyne Marine expands with the acquisition of Valeport - Signal partners with gas analysis experts in Korea Air Monitoring - Continuous Fine Particulate Emission Monitor...

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The National Safety Show

Jun 25 2024 Auckland, New Zealand

Water Africa

Jun 26 2024 Accra, Ghana

SGEM 2024

Jun 29 2024 Albena, Bulgaria

ECB-IBS 2024

Jun 30 2024 Maastricht, Netherlands


Jul 03 2024 Bangkok, Thailand

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