Indoor Air Quality

Measuring pollutants, optimizing treatment systems and managing performance to guarantee excellent indoor air quality.

A glance at understanding the management of air quality inside buildings:

  • assessment of pollution
  • optimization of facilities
  • performance management
  • stakeholder involvement

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THREE SERVICE MODULES TO ADAPT TO VARIOUS NEEDS

1. AIR CONTROL: CONTINUOUS AIR QUALITY MEASUREMENT AND MONITORING

The benefit => Be aware of air quality to actively improve the environment

Step 1: Assess the level of air quality

Technical and health audit

Analyze the pollutants, odors and allergens

Install a continuous monitoring network

Potential pollution models and maps

Provide an air quality tracking dashboard

Step 2: Identify the potential sources of pollution

Process analyses and technical facility emission audits

Specific sampling at emission points

Diagnosis of the sources of pollution and their relative contribution

Step 3: Propose appropriate solutions

Advice of an expert to recommend improvements

Assistance in the event of a crisis or abnormal increase in pollution concentrations

Veolia's experience => 100 years of experience with sampling strategies and optimizing environmental monitoring tools; a selection of sensors approved by the best measurement laboratories (3 sensors approved in 2018 by AIRLAB, 2018 micro-sensor challenge); results checked by our air quality experts.

2. AIR PERFORMANCE: MANAGE AND OPTIMIZE FACILITIES AND GUARANTEE AIR QUALITY LEVELS

The benefit => Provide quality air in buildings

Step 1: Assess the air quality level

Diagnose existing facilities and sources of pollution

Install a network of communicating sensors

Interpret the results and propose an action plan

Step 2: Optimize practices and facility operation

Implement best practices in processes

Servicing and maintenance of air quality facilities

Adjustment of treatment systems

Step 3: Provide a results' guarantee and performance tracking

Specific air quality dashboard

Set monitoring thresholds to reflect needs

Summary reports of results and warnings

Recommended actions in the event of established thresholds being exceeded

Option: AIR Performance +

Improve existing air treatment facilities

Install new equipment

Veolia's experience => Proven expertise in operating facilities requiring air treatment (more than 42,000 facilities operated); Smart performance management centers: 23 Hubgrade platforms worldwide.

3. AIR HUMAN: INVOLVE ALL STAKEHOLDERS IN IMPROVING AIR QUALITY

The benefits => Make occupants, employees and users the "actors" in improving air quality; anticipate and prevent risks around the perception of air quality

Step 1: Make information about air quality accessible and understandable

Specific Web app

Air quality training modules tailored to the specific concerns

Step 2: Involve users in remediation actions

Interactive discussion interface for the stakeholders (report impressions, opinion surveys, etc.)

Creation of Air challenges (Air Day, etc.)

Step 3: Take into account the perceptions of the people concerned

Report tracking and dashboard

Objective discomfort

Take perceptions into account in the remediation solutions

Track the "well-being" indicator compared against air quality

Participative workshops about behavior and best practices impacting on air quality

Veolia's expertise => Constant commitment to involving all stakeholders (Commitment No. 4 of the CSR approach); diverse feedback from a worldwide group; efficient digital tools to communicate with the stakeholders; and social and societal scientific expertise in the area of air quality.

Measuring pollutants

Optimizing treatment systems

Managing performance

References

Disinfection of ventilation air in the administration part of the production site of LIEBHERR Bulgaria