AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT
Air quality in in South Africa has deteriorated in time following a boost in industrialisation, urbanization and population growth. As far back as in the 60s, the government has put in place an instrument to regulate air pollution.
Ambient air monitoring has become more sophisticated with years. Network of Air quality monitoring stations are in use in the country and reported on. Environmental Health Studies have been done for some places.
As part of its regulatory measures, the government requires relevant sectors and government structures to develop and implement Air Quality Management Plan, and Chemical Industries to apply for Air Emission Licences for their operations.
Our company offers services in the area of developing Air Quality Management Plan, Air Quality Instrumentation, Plume modelling and verification, and facilitation of Air Emission Licencing.