The benefits of continuous monitoring are obvious.
Traditional environmental analysis are often limited to taking an extremely accurate snapshot of the environmental situation at a given moment, or within a very short
timeframe. Continuous monitoring, instead provides a detailed description of the dynamics of each monitored substance over time, for an in-depth analysis of the observed circumstances.
A debate is open about the impact of pollution on lethality of Covid-19. Although it is premature to draw conclusions on this correlation, pollution seems to be an important co-factor that can contribute to the epidemic worsening. The Italian Aerosol Society (IAS) has published a paper about this issue: ‘Information on the relationship between air […]
The awareness about the importance of indoor environmental health has never been so high before. After the emergency related to Covid-19 pandemic, the control of air quality aimed at ensuring indoor health and safety becomes paramount. For a greater resilience of workplaces, while frequent disinfections are required, they may pose a threat for the health […]