Proper monitoring of emission sources of carbon and pollution is a prerequisite of air pollution control. As government emission regulations become stricter, AECOM’s air quality specialists thrive to engineer cleaner industrial plants.
Deteriorating air quality from pollutant and carbon emissions due to human activities associated with urban development and industrialization is not inevitable if carefully managed. It requires advanced air quality monitoring system and expertise to identify sources of emissions to help realize low carbon and “clean air” operations of industrial plant clusters in cities that are environment-responsible today.
As part of our core environmental competencies, air quality and pollution control specialists from AECOM’s Environment team are executing an industrial air quality monitoring project for Kaohsiung’s Linhai Special Industrial Park located in Kaohsiung City.
The industry park has an area of around 1,560 hectares and produces electronic and petrochemical related products. It is a key pillar of Kaohsiung’s industrial modernization. According to new regulations of Taiwan, industrial parks now must conduct long-term air quality monitoring. The project provides ten fully equipped air quality monitoring stations as well as operation and maintenance (O&M) services for the industrial park.