Foul odours in water treatment plants are related to the generation and treatment of solid waste such as biological or chemical sludge, waste water and the decay of organic matter inside the treatment plant.
The industry 4.0 requires cutting-edge technology to improve and optimize its processes thanks to the control of working variables.
While outdoor air quality has remarkably improved in our towns and cities in the last 30 years, the quality of indoor air is still an unresolved issue.
Agriculture and livestock production are very traditional, low-tech sectors. The monitoring and analysis of environmental parameters may greatly improve the productivity of farms while, at the same time, optimizing the use of resources and, consequently, their economic and environmental sustainability.
Real-time monitoring of public transport fleets provides data that increases efficiency, reducing the environmental impact of this activity and, consequently, improving citizens’ health and well-being.
Public administrations must ensure the prevention and correction of pollution and the improvement in the levels of environmental quality.
Nowadays cities must include the optimization of services and infrastructures in their management in order to guarantee their sustainability. In this context, the control of air quality, water, noise and other environmental aspects are essential indicators for ensuring the protection of citizen health and well-being.