Regulatory Air Quality Monitoring
Compliance with ambient air quality standards requires a reliable and specialized AQ monitoring network of stations as well as routine reporting protocols.
The continuous collection and evaluation of this environmental information is critical to public health and quality of life. Large data sets on the following six pollutants necessitate accuracy and high quality data for multi-faceted calculations and other data dependencies:
- Ozone (O3)
- Particulate Matter (PM 2.5 and PM 10)
- Carbon Monoxide (CO)
- Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)
- Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)
- Lead (Pb)
Data look noisy, yet we can turn it into something understandable
and then we can act on that together.
KISTERS' air quality management system clarifies the complexities in your data system. It displays findings, trends and anomalies in a clear manner. Aggregating data and reports can be attributed for the evolving scientific understanding of air pollution and its impacts.
- Cross-correlate data from air quality monitoring and meteorological networks for identical time periods.
- Achieve industrial pollution reduction protocols.
Air quality data measure occupational safety, health conditions, and health risks to nearby residents. During hazardous events in particular, guaranteed responsiveness and availability of data recorded before, during and after the event is imperative. Data from monitoring stations can provide timely information to the HSE/industrial hygiene department and in condensed form to the emergency services.
Data managers are now able to account for fugitive and intentional emissions, interpret, and share results with stakeholders.