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World Environment Day celebration in Mumbai

Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) had organized an exhibition on the occasion of World Environment Day at Mumbai on 6th June 2014. The exhibition was inaugurated by Honorable Chief Minister of Maharashtra Mr. Prithviraj Chavan and attended by few other ministers and industry officials. Mr. Rajiv Mittal, Member Secretary of MPCB and other MPCB officials took this opportunity and gave the demo of MPCB Inventory server to Chief Minister. We take pride that our product PlantConnect AQMS is used for this.

Maharashtra State Pollution Control Board (MPCB) has launched an initiative for building inventory of all pollutants in the district of Chandrapur, Maharashtra, India. The project aims to acquire data of industrial emissions and other polluting entities and build a reliable data model / pollution inventory for further socio-economic decisions. IIT, Mumbai NEERI and AIPL are working on this project. AIPL is responsible for data collection from CEMS and AAQMS installed in various industries. IIT and NEERI are responsible for data collection from other sources and for building the data model. It also allows industries from rest of Maharashtra to connect to this server.

Currently 75 devices from many industries has been connected to this server and data is received on regular basis.

Our CEO Sujata Tilak presented the Inventory server to Honorable Chief Minister of Maharashtra Mr. Prithviraj Chavan.

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As per a recent survey, the risks from air pollution are now far greater than previously thought or understood, particularly for heart disease and strokes. Only a few other factors have greater impact on global health today than air pollution. The evidence clearly signals need for concerted action to clean up the air we all breathe.


Regionally, low- and middle-income countries in the WHO South-East Asia and Western Pacific Regions had the largest air pollution-related burden in 2012, with a total of 3.3 million deaths.