Enviro Technology Services Plc is Europe's leading supplier of environmental monitoring systems for air quality monitoring, continuous emissions monitoring and industrial gas monitoring applications.
Established in 1983, ET continues to lead the way in the air pollution monitoring industry and operates out of its UK head office in Stroud, Gloucestershire where it has recently established a "state-of-the-art" training centre and a permanent air quality monitoring station.
Enviro Technology’s innovative, forward thinking air quality website service www.airqualitydata.com is, without doubt, the very best on the market. Air Quality Data is a must-have for those organisations looking to add air quality data to their existing corporate websites, thereby creating an intelligent public display and information system.
The site features air quality pages that can be used by everyone, from environmental experts to the general public.
www.airqualitydata.com is a content-managed website. Based on a unique template, the website can provide information from one, or a number of your monitoring stations.
Historic diffusion tube data, pollen data and other manual sources of environmental data can be imported and presented online.
This website service has been designed to provide information on air quality in general and, more importantly, to show up-to-the-hour data generated by clients monitoring stations.
Get your information displayed how you want it, where you want it. Using Enviro Technology's internet based data collection package or existing supported software; data can be presented on the site in many ways, including:
Alternatively, why not let Enviro Technology do the work for you. ET can not only manage your monitoring station, data collection and analysis, but can also look after your air quality pages, thus freeing up valuable resource time!
View the Airqualitydata.com video to find out more about this service.
A new monitoring station has been sited within the grounds of The Air Balloon Public House (Birdlip) and is measuring for Nitrogen Dioxide. The site is adjacent to the busy round about junction of the A417. This is a major trunk route for vehicles, particularly heavy goods vehicles, travelling from the M5 to the M4 in Wiltshire. In April 2008 Cotswold District Council declared an Air Quality Management Area at this major road junction.