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Environmental monitoring instruments and technology to analyze and control air, water, and soil quality within regulatory norms.

The contamination of air, water, and land threatens our existence itself. According to some estimates, toxic pollution affects around 200 million people worldwide. Air pollution alone causes around seven million premature deaths, according to the WHO – while around two billion people have no access to safe drinking water. Besides this, other pollutants, such as respirable silica and asbestos, are known to cause severe respiratory diseases and death. Recognizing the urgent need to address these issues, regulatory bodies across the world have issued strict guidelines to control pollutants, in order to enable safe habitats and environments.

Of course, controlling pollutants means measuring them – that’s why we’ve designed our environmental monitoring solutions in compliance with the strictest regulatory norms. They range from air filter analysis to monitor particle composition or respirable silica, to asbestos analysis in materials, soil analysis, and water treatment solutions for potable water and wastewater. And not only do our solutions help you comply with regulations, but they do so at a much lower cost of ownership – delivering significant commercial gains.


The big clean-up

Detecting toxins in the world’s air, water and soil

Clean air, water and soil. These are the foundations of a healthy existence. Yet a quarter of the world’s population don’t have safe water to drink, and pollution and toxins kill millions prematurely every year.

Tough guidelines are now focused on cleaning things up around the world. And our environmental monitoring systems are specifically designed to work to the strictest regulatory standards.

Our systems include pollution detection in air, matter and soil – as well as water treatment solutions that make dirty water safe to drink.

So you can take control, be compliant, save money – and above all, protect vulnerable people, wildlife and habitats.

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