Ecotech appointed to monitor air quality during Commonwealth Games 2010

Friday, 16 July, 2010

Ecotech, Australian manufacturer of air quality monitoring technology, along with its business partner Envirotech India, has signed a contract with Delhi Pollution Control Commission, New Delhi. This contract is for the supply of four air-quality monitoring stations within Delhi to examine air quality for the next five years. This project will also include air-quality monitoring during the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth games, with all four stations to be commissioned and operating before the Commonwealth Games begin in October.

Ecotech, located in Melbourne, has extensive experience in ambient air-quality monitoring stations (AAQMS), having supplied the entire Victorian EPA network, along with many others throughout Australia and internationally. Ecotech, along with its Indian partner Envirotech India, used this experience to ensure the DPCC has the highest-quality AAQMS network.

This project adds to the increasing list of projects Ecotech has been awarded within India, including: India Meteorological Department - Pune, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology - Pune, Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board - Lucknow, Indian Oil Company - Guwahati, Jindal Steel and Tata Power.

Ecotech and Envirotech’s partnership provides expertise in operation, maintenance, data reporting and after-sales support throughout India.

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