Tag Archives: volatile organic compounds

Government action critical to overcoming air quality crisis

With research highlighting that an estimated 400,000 deaths occur every year in Europe alone due to air pollution, the case for immediate action is clear. Here, Steve Billingham, CEO at Duvas Technologies, discusses why government intervention is needed to drive remedial action. Statistics around the issue of air pollution deaths …

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Monitoring is essential for VOC emissions reduction

In the following article, John Clements, managing director of UK-based monitoring equipment manufacturer Signal Group, explains why VOC emissions reduction is important, how monitoring performs an essential role, and what the latest developments are in monitoring technology. Background In general, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are harmful to both health and …

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