12 Feb 2018


European Commission is alarming - air quality standards are exceeded in 130 cities across Europe. With over 75% of European citizens expected to live in cities by the year 2050, the quality of air within urban areas is vitally important to the health and wellbeing of the majority of the people living in the EU. 

Every year, more than 400,000 Europeans die prematurely as a consequence of poor air quality and many more suffer from respiratory and cardiovascular diseases caused by air pollution. European Commission notes that Agriculture and Industry plays a significant role in causing bad air quality. 

Traffic is the biggest contributor towards air pollution, generating 46% of toxic Nitrogen Oxides emissions. European Union is promoting range of initiatives to lower traffic pollution like green public transport, electric cars, building cycle paths or setting low emission zones.

Mentioned earlier Industry is to blame for high emissions of Carbon Monoxide (CO), Benzene, Oxides of Nitrogen, Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs). Many companies have realised that taking environmental friendly measures is not only a legal duty, but it's a social responsibility. 

Manufacturers using compressed air to power their production lines can consider our vast range of products which will not only reduce carbon emissions but also introduce great energy savings. And that's not the end of a great news! We are also cooperating with Energia providing Northern Irish companies with Energy Grants of up to 50% depending on the technology - Variable Speed, Heat Recovery System, Control Panel, Modular Aluminium Pipework and Robox Energy Screw Compressor. 

Since 2004 Energia have provided NISEP grants of over £3 million towards more than 1000 energy efficiency projects, amounting to lifetime customer savings in excess of £200 million and a lifetime savings of almost 1500GWh's.

Get in touch to see what we can do for your business.

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