With local councils in England being encouraged to apply for a share of a £7 million grant scheme with a brief to ‘reduce the impact of air pollution on public health’, the big question still remains: how can local authorities mitigate air pollution without carrying out hyperlocal monitoring to understand where the problem areas are and identify the pollution sources? AQMesh – the most proven range of small sensor air quality monitoring stations – is being offered in a package tailored specifically to local councils to not only help answer this very important question but also to make the most of any budgets dedicated to tackling air pollution.
The dedicated package includes two AQMesh pods measuring NO, NO2, O3 and PM, two smart solar packs for autonomous power anywhere, along with data, SIM and replacement sensors included for four years, providing a cost saving of over 10%. AQMesh’s 2022 prices are already up to 25% more cost-effective over a four year period than those of other small sensor manufacturers, which means this time-limited offer provides an excellent opportunity for local authorities applying for government funding to receive a no-hassle, all-in-one price to improve their air quality monitoring capabilities.
AQMesh is designed, developed, sold and fully supported from its Stratford-upon-Avon factory and office. The small sensor air quality monitoring system has been proven globally including extensively across the UK, in a wide range of real-world environments and conditions. The team at AQMesh are the most experienced in the small sensor market, having supported numerous air quality networks over the last 10 years, including the ground-breaking Breathe London pilot.
After the end of the 4-year support package users will continue to own the pods outright and benefit from the team’s ongoing unrivalled customer support, demonstrable product performance and proven product longevity. All AQMesh pods come with a free 5 year manufacturer’s warranty, free of charge remote diagnostics, unlimited remote firmware and gas algorithm upgrades and our industry-leading remote technical support, included for life in the purchase price.
The closing date for local councils to apply for a share of the £7m grant is 23rd September 2022, and the dedicated 4-year support package from AQMesh will be available until 9th December 2022. To find out more and discuss your options please contact the AQMesh team today.