SOLUTION CAPABILITIES

PARTICULATE MATTERS

Particulate matters contain microscopic inhalable particles which include dust, pollen, wooden soot, organic compounds, metal particles etc. The Particulate Pollution includes PM10 – Particulate Matter of size 10 microns and PM2.5 – Fine Particulate Matter of size 2.5 microns which may get into the bloodstream and can affect your lung and heart.

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ENVIRONMENTAL GASES

Abundance of Environmental Gases like CO2, O2 are responsible to make a thick Earth’s blanket which keeps the planet warm. But the extreme concentration of Greenhouse gases in the atmosphere results in the abnormally hot climate.

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GASEOUS POLLUTANT

A variety of gaseous pollutants emitted from the fuel combustion, vehicular emission and industrial emissions such as CO, NOx, O3 pose great risk on our health causing premature mortality.

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ODOUR MONITORING

Odour is the mixture of various gases from the biological decomposition, chemical reactions and organic waste that stipulate an offensive and unpleasant smell. The high concentrations of odourful gases such as NH3, CH4, SO2, Methyl Mercaptan can become a nuisance and affect our health.

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HYDROCARBONS AND VOCS

The molecules of Hydrogen and Carbon called ‘Hydrocarbons’ are the result of incomplete fuel combustion from vehicular and other industrial exhaust. Part of them are called ‘Volatile Organic Compounds’ which is the major source in smog creation.

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AMBIENT NOISE

Noise is the unpleasant sound which is unnatural in the volume or its production and creates disruption in our natural state. This excessive amount of the noise can cause severe headaches, hearing problems, sleeping disorders and more.

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AMBIENT LIGHT

Due to the depletion of ozone layer on earth, the intensity of Ultraviolet, Infrared light has increased gradually. Extreme exposure of Ultraviolet can affect human skin deeply and result in chronicle diseases like skin cancer, affect eyes and internal body parts.

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PUBLIC HAZARDS

Public hazards can be physical, chemical and biological hazards. Industry workers are prone to the public hazards due to overexposure to magnetic field, physical vibrations and radiation.

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TRAFFIC DENSITY

Gradually increasing traffic density in urban area leads to mismanagement of traffic. Traffic congestion and mismanagement accounts to the increased road casualties.

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WEATHER & DISASTER

Weather monitoring incorporate rainfall, water-level, wind speed and direction, temperature, humidity, barometric pressure monitoring. All these parameters are very basic to monitor but significant, too. Monitoring analytics shows climate changes and effect of global warming.

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