Constructing buildings, roads and other infra structure can have a substantial, temporary impact on local air quality. Airborne contaminants generated are spreading around in the surrounding neighborhood during activities (excavation, raw material extraction, demolition, transportation, painting, covering, concrete…), mostly carried
On the occasion of its 60th anniversary, the APPA (French Association for the Prevention of Atmospheric Pollution), in partnership with EFCA (European Federation of Clean Air and Environmental Protection Associations) and the laboratory PC2A (PhysicoChemistry of Combustion Processes and Atmosphere)
The new network of 24 Cairnet stations to measure the Sargassum algae gas emanations provided by ENVEA Cairpol and installed by Gwad’air end of August has been inaugurated by the French President Macron during his trip to the Antilles this
Following the update of health recommendations and the management measures of the High Council of Public Health (HCSP, France), the Regional Health Agency and GWAD’AIR (Approved Association for the Monitoring of Air Quality) have deployed a network to measure hydrogen
10 Cairnet stations, each including Cairsens sensors to measure pollutants such as NO2, SO2 and PM2.5/PM10 have been purchased via the African Development Bank and installed in 5 cities in Africa.