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ScenePro Carbon Analytics provide personalised services to all our clients. Following an initial consultation and site visit, we will design a personalised monitoring package to meet the specific needs of our client.

IF YOU CAN’T MEASURE IT, YOU CAN’T MANAGE IT AND YOU CAN’T IMPROVE IT.

ScenePro Carbon Analytics is a data-driven solution to empower clients with robust analytical data. Reports are sent to our clients quarterly, breaking down and forensically analysing the air quality around your site. The air quality around our client site is measured every 10 seconds, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by a fully accredited system that enables temperature, pressure, and humidity to be measured alongside the nine common air pollutants that are a risk to public health.

Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) and Nitrogen Monoxide (NO), collectively NOx
The main source of these molecules is from fossil fuel combustion processes. Internal combustion engines and shipping are the most common emission sources. The effect to public health is that NO2 causes physiological inflammations that are the foundation of most chronic diseases. We can measure to the microgram per cubic metre (ug m-3) concentration.
Particulate matter (PM) 10, 2.5, 1 micrometres in size
Also known as atmospheric aerosols these complex microscopic compounds can be solid or liquid. Released into the atmosphere from a multitude of sources (vehicles, fires, construction) they can also form from chemical reactions with ozone (O3) to form secondary particulates. These secondary reactions usually result in higher concentrations at night as a result from smaller substituents mixing during the day. These atmospheric aerosols can enter the respiratory tract, and lead to diseases of the lungs. We can measure to the microgram per cubic metre concentration.
Ozone (O3)
A highly reactive trioxygen compound it occurs naturally in the upper atmosphere to protect Earth from harmful UV radiation. The precursor to anthropogenic ozone is NOx and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) However, it also is generated in vehicle emissions, chemical processing and manufacturing. Due to its highly reactive nature when inhaled it reacts with the biological tissue and can lead to adverse health effects. We can measure to the microgram per cubic metre concentration.
Sulfur dioxide (SO2)
Sulfur dioxide is a pollutant that is generated from the combustion of fossil fuels in particular coal and diesel. It can also be formed by secondary sources such as sulfate aerosol use, acid rain, and particulate matter reactions. We can measure to the microgram per cubic metre concentration.
Carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2)
Carbon monoxide is the diatomic molecule that results from incomplete combustion processes. Greater awareness of the health effects of carbon monoxide are known due to the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning from gas sources within the home. Carbon monoxide is measured to milligram per cubic metre concentration. (mg m-3) Carbon dioxide, which results from the complete combustion of hydrocarbons (fossil fuels) is one of the dominant gaseous species responsible for climate change. An acidic molecule, when it dissociates into water it lowers the pH, which has stark effects on marine life. In conjunction with other dissolved gases this leads to coral bleaching on the reefs in addition to hindering marine life reproduction. Carbon dioxide is prevalent in many industries due to its combustion routes to the atmosphere as well as its critical place within strategic industries such as food and drink (animal slaughter and carbonated drinks). Carbon dioxide is also the by-product of mammalian respiration too. We can measure in the parts per million concentration. (ppm)

Why you should use ScenePro Carbon Analytics to help protect your business and to take care of your air quality measurement?

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