Identifying sources of air and water pollution – and understanding their public health impacts – has become the direct responsibility of regional and local governments and an increasing number of utilities including wastewater treatment facilities.
We provide the help and support these organisations need to carry out their statutory obligations to study and report, as well as to devise and implement improvement plans. Using advanced analytic, modelling, and forecasting tools, Think Air undertakes a wide range of studies and assessments – from traffic monitoring to the impacts of existing and proposed industrial and construction projects.
Places such as hospitals, clinics, care homes, and gyms must now take special care to ensure internal air quality is as good as possible. To help you achieve this, Think Air works with clients in the health and wellness sector to monitor, report, and improve the internal environment to make it a safe place for vulnerable groups such as those with asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and heart disease.
Our #predictair app will also launch in 2022. #predictair will provide unique air quality forecasting to help people within these groups more effectively manage symptoms.
As we enter a post-Covid world, office staff and managers are now aware of the negative impacts of poor air quality on personal health, wellbeing, and overall productivity.
Think Air works with property developers, facilities managers, and human resources teams to ensure they provide the most comfortable working environments possible. We monitor and analyse the air quality of indoor environments using advanced tools. This then enables us to create sustainable improvement plans, regardless of the size or scale of the building.
According to the Climate Change Committee (CCC), more than 10 percent of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions come from agriculture and land use, and this is expected to grow significantly. The main pollutants from both arable and pastoral farming are ammonia, methane, and nitrogen oxides.
Smart farming solutions can improve productivity and environmental outcomes for both farmers and horticulturalists. We develop and deploy network sensor technologies to monitor and manage variables including air and water pollution, humidity, temperature, and soil moisture levels.