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National Air Quality Testing Services

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Indoor and Outdoor Air Quality Monitoring

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We have over 30 years of experience in public policy, engineering, chemistry, physics, and the development of air quality monitoring equipment.

We design, build, and use state-of-the art equipment to make regulatory grade measurements of a wide array of pollutants affordable.

Your air is a complex mixture of gases, from the widely known carbon dioxide, to particles that are 50x smaller than a strand of hair.

Air Quality In The News

Amminex scoops €1.5 million EU clean air funding prize

Amminex scoops €1.5 million EU clean air funding prize

Apr 25, 2018 | No Comments

Danish technology firm Amminex has received EU funding of €1.5 million for its emissions reduction retrofit technology – known as the Ammonia Storage and Delivery System. The funding comes from the European Commission’s Horizon Prize – a research and innovation competition for companies seeking to deliver solutions to specified challenges identified as key areas for […]

Unilever trials ‘clean and cold’ transport system

Unilever trials ‘clean and cold’ transport system

Apr 25, 2018 | No Comments

Consumer products giant Unilever has carried out a successful six-month trial of Dearman’s zero emission transport refrigeration unit in the Netherlands. London-based Dearman has developed a zero-emission transport refrigeration system, which replaces diesel with liquid nitrogen in refrigeration trailers and trucks, as well as other potential power and cooling applications. Unilever trialled the liquid nitrogen […]

EU Commission pauses air quality infringement action

EU Commission pauses air quality infringement action

Apr 25, 2018 | No Comments

Potential legal action against EU Member States over failure to meet air quality limits for nitrogen dioxide will not happen before May, the European Commission has confirmed. A decision on enforcement proceedings against EU members had been expected from the Commission in mid-March after ministers were summoned to Brussels in January and asked to give […]

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