“Stretch your Defra budget for better AQM,” says Enviro Technology


Source: Enviro Technology Services Ltd

Air quality monitoring specialist Enviro Technology has launched a raft of innovations to help local authorities stretch their Defra budget allocation and enhance performance.

The objective is to enable more cost-effective upgrade of equipment and investment in service contracts to ensure compliant monitoring now and in the future. Packages include part exchange for dust monitors and API gas analysers, ‘new for old’ deals and flexible leasing arrangements surrounding the supply and maintenance of equipment.

“Local authorities need to strike a fine balance to get the best possible air quality monitoring with the budget available,” says Duncan Mounsor, Sales and Marketing Director at Enviro Technology. “This can be a complex process which requires an understanding of the total life cost of equipment, as well as the initial spend. Our aim is to work in partnership with local authorities to optimise monitoring and maximise the benefit of every penny invested.”

Enviro Technology has devised five packages to help make Defra budgets for air quality monitoring go further:

1. Buy any gas or particulate analyser with a three year service contract, and get the first year free

2. 35% off a new, fully approved BAM1020 PM10 or PM2.5 monitor on part exchange with an old, non-approved TEOM

3. Up to 30% off any new MCERTS-approved API Gas Analysers (NOx SO2 CO or O3) on part exchange with an old analyser (any brand)

4. Buy a fully inclusive five year service and maintenance contract and receive new for old analysers (subject to agreement)

5. EnviroLease: flexible options that include supply of equipment, operation, maintenance and data collection/reporting, typically on a five-year, fixed term contract

For more information, to arrange a product demonstration, or to download a checklist to help inform decision-making surrounding service contracts, please visit www.et.co.uk.

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