With dust, transport and industrial emissions being major contributors to air pollution, GCC governments are putting more efforts and launching new initiatives to increase air quality standards as health concerns rise.
The UAE is leading the way by having launched the Emirates Air Quality Network. Creating a GCC-wide air quality network has been widely discussed at the 2nd Annual Air Quality and Noise Control summit.
Indoor air management is also a key priority in air quality improvement strategy. Research and studies of possible health issues associated with the indoor air quality prompt the Gulf region stakeholders to pay closer attention to indoor environment standards.
Noise pollution management gains more prominence as governments introduce penalties and awareness rises.
The 3rd Annual Air Quality and Noise Control GCC summit will continue to look into these three major environmental concerns, as more research being done, new projects launched and the regulations are put in place. Government officers, health and medical practitioners, researchers, industry executives and international authorities will gather for the third time to discuss, share and collaborate on the issues of ambient and indoor air quality and noise management.
The conference is an informative, educating and adds to the understanding of both engineers and health sides of the issues- EHS Specialist, Ministry of Transport
Very informative’ Environment & Sustainability Engineer- , Tebodin ME
Thank you for making this conference very interesting and informative- Environmental Engineer, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company
I recommend this event to all those who work in the environmental field to make sure that they attend this conference in the future- EHS Specialist, Department of Transport
Very nice efforts were made to enhance networking at this event- Business Development Manager, Vaisala
Thank you for bringing such good speakers to this event- Faculty Mechanical Dept, HCT
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A very informative event- Senior Engineer, Meraas Holding
Very interesting different practices are here, new ideas obtained. I would advise all to attend.- Environmental Manager, GIAD- Sudan
It was a good chane to exchange and share different experiences in air monitoring and emission control- Regional Sales Manager, BioAir MENA
Great event I wish others could also attend- Specialise EHS, DMAT
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