Air quality news
Updates on installations, improvements, tests and the 1001 other things we do.
Airscan and Belfius join forces once again in a new project: Pure Cities
Following the successful launch of the “Healthy air for our children” project, which aims to improve air quality in schools, Airscan and Belfius are extending their collaboration with a new project: Pure Cities. This time, the project aims to map and improve air quality in Belgian cities and towns.
E.U. proposed to review the current version of the ambient air quality directive
The main scope of the revision is to develop a new set of stricter threshold limits which will be used from 2030 and align the vision with the WHO global air quality guidelines updated in 2021.
The bigger picture of air quality impact
The bigger picture of air quality impact Air pollution is one of the most underestimated problems we face in modern history. The World Health Organization
Car-Free Sunday 2022 impact on air quality in Brussels
Car-Free Sunday 2022 impact on air quality in Brussels Context Outdoor air pollution is a major public health issue, according to the WHO, air pollution
Clean air for our kids: Back to school 2022 – 2023
“Clean air for our kids” is a unique project jointly developed by Airscan and Belfius in 2021. The primary target of the project is to monitor and improve air quality in schools through real-time air quality data.
Press Release Airscanned Building Label
The Belgian company Airscan, in collaboration with inspection company Vinçotte, developed a label that guarantees air quality and makes it measurable, resulting in energy and cost savings.
Ozone levels in Belgium during the weekend heat wave
Last Saturday, a new Belgian daily heat record for the 18th of June was recorded since the beginning of the temperature measurement history.
Webinar on-demand: Why you should care about your air
Indoor air quality, the unknown factor influencing productivity, health, and well-being of your employees. A tell all on how to make the most and get the most out of your air quality.
New WHO air quality guidelines 2021
The World Health Organisation (WHO) introduced new Global Air Quality Guidelines (AQGs) on September 22, 2021. The new version of AQGs was developed on the already available threshold limits that were in place since 2005.