Air Pollution News

  • Ship & Shore Environmental Reports Sustained Growth and Internationalization in 2018

    Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc.,  a pioneer in pollution abatement solutions, announced record-breaking results for 2018 with 13% overall growth and increased global recognition. Company CEO Anoosheh Oskouian attributed these results to the company's expanded know-how and team of experts, continued internationalization, successful pursuit of sector diversification strategies, consistent ...

  • California Launches Its Organics Revolution

    In California, slowing and eventually reversing the effects of climate change demands a collaborative effort to transform the state’s waste and recycling sector. It demands creative and progressive solutions from our businesses, our communities, and every level of government. In a state of nearly 40 million people, it demands nothing short of an organics revolution. Fortunately, that ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Meteosim is participating in the CASAP 2017

    Meteosim presents an air quality technical paper during the CASAP 2017 event, celebrated in Cali, Colombia The Colombian Congress and International Conference on Air Quality and Public Health – CASAP – is the most important meeting in Colombia addressing research and advances in air pollution issues and their impact on human health. The 6th Edition of the Colombian Congress and ...


    By Meteosim S.L.

  • Air pollution from agriculture: ammonia exceeds emission limits in 2015

    Ammonia (NH3) emissions in Europe have fallen since 1990, but not as much as emissions of other air pollutants tracked under an internationally agreed United Nations Convention. According to a European Environment Agency (EEA) report published today, ammonia emissions increased in 2015 and several European Union Member States as well as the EU as a whole exceeded their respective NH3 emission ...

  • AQMesh measures SO2 and PM from Nicaragua volcano

    AQMesh is currently in use in Nicaragua, monitoring air quality in communities living near Masaya volcano. The six AQMesh pods have been used to show variations in volcanogenic SO2 and PM levels at different times and at different locations across the area. The pods, which have independent power and communications so they can be mounted where ...


    By AQMesh

  • Allergy or air pollution

    To give the trees their due, they do an excellent job at pollination, along with their bee helpers of course! However high pollen levels mixed with air pollutants is a key factor in the rise of allergic diseases such as allergic rhinitis and other health problems like asthma. Pollution, particularly from gases like carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxide and nitrogen dioxide ...


    By Filtrex Global Limited

  • Tackling air pollution in China

    Original story at MIT News A recent study estimates that about 1.6 million people in China die each year — roughly 4,000 a day — from heart, lung, and stroke disorders due to poor air quality. Most of the nation’s ...

  • Unmask my City: Anti-air pollution campaign launched in Europe

    The Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) is calling on city authorities to clean up the air in Europe as part of the “Unmask my City” campaign launched today on World Asthma Day 2017.  Unmask My City (1) is a global initiative by doctors, nurses, public health practitioners, and allied healthcare professionals dedicated to improving air quality and reducing ...

  • Assess employee air pollution exposure with AQMesh

    On 9th April The Sunday Times reported that employers have been told they are legally obliged to protect their staff from diesel fumes — and could be sued if workers develop cancer later in life. Read the full article here. Employers who want to assess risk to employees can use  ...


    By AQMesh

  • Monitoring technology supports air pollution stories

    The latest air quality monitoring equipment from the company Air Monitors has been used extensively by a variety of news channels to support the ever-growing media attention being given to urban air quality. “In contrast with the air pollution of the 1950’s, the problem is no longer visible,” says Managing Director Jim Mills. “It used to be possible for city dwellers to ...


    By Air Monitors Ltd.

  • IIoT is a $30 Billion Potential for Air Pollution Suppliers

    The elimination of operating personnel at the plant, automation revenues and expansion of services will provide an opportunity for air pollution equipment and component suppliers which will exceed $30 billion per year by 2026. This is the prediction of the McIlvaine Company in ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Asthma and Air Pollutants Discussed in New Video

    Today, the IAQ Video Network and Cochrane & Associates announced the release of their latest educational video.  Their newest production discusses asthma and common asthma triggers that impact close to 25 million Americans with the condition. “The CDC states that people with asthma have it all the time, but they will only have asthma attacks when something ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • ADMS-Urban & ADMS-Roads 4.1 released

    The latest versions of ADMS-Urban and ADMS-Roads are now available for download. ADMS-Urban & ADMS-Roads are comprehensive tools for investigating air pollution taking account of complex urban morphology including street canyons and road tunnels. ADMS-Roads is designed primarily for networks of roads that may be in combination with industrial sites, for instance small ...

  • Air Pollution Can Alter Effectiveness of Antibiotics

    Researchers from the University of Leicester have for the first time discovered that bacteria that cause respiratory infections are directly affected by air pollution - increasing the potential for infection and changing the effectiveness of antibiotic treatment. The interdisciplinary study, which has been published in the journal Environmental Microbiology, has important implications for the ...


    By Camfil Ltd

  • EEB Welcomes European Commission Action on Illegal Air

    The EEB welcomes today's announcement that the European Commission will pursue infringement proceedings against France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK for having failed to protect their citizens’ health against dangerous levels of air pollution. ...

  • NIOSH publishes blog item on art and science of OELs for nanomaterials

    On February 1, 2017, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) posted a blog item entitled “The Art and Science of OELs for Nanomaterials.”  According to the item, NIOSH searched for proposals for occupational exposure limits (OEL) for new nanomaterials as part of the development of a World Health ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Cairnet real-time air pollution monitoring sensors largely approved at WFES 2017

    Following in real-time any given pollutant emissions data directly from your office, via your computer, your smartphone or your tablet? All the data centralized, with minimum operating costs (no maintenance, no visit on site to retrieve the data…)? Those are juste some of Cairpol (Environnement S.A Group) sensors' features highly appreciated in Abu Dhabi at the 2017 edition of the World ...

  • London on alert over toxic smog warning

    LONDON was put on alert for a public health emergency today over toxic air pollution.  Sadiq Khan, the London Mayor, said air pollution could rise to ‘moderate’ in more than half of the capital’s 32 boroughs as he issued the warnings for the next three days.  Central London will be worst hit, with the warnings rising to ‘high’ in Westminster and the ...


    By Camfil Ltd

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