Ensuring good quality of the breathed air has become a European issue. When measuring the air quality (temperature, humidity, CO2) is essential. Especially in offices, schools, public buildings, hospitals …
On 8 December 2016, the European Council adopted a new directive to reduce air pollution. New rules setting stricter national limits for emissions of some of the most dangerous air pollutants.
The aim is to reduce the health risks and the environmental effects of air pollution. According to estimates, this directive reduces the number of premature deaths attributable to air pollution in the EU by around 50% by 2030 (compared to 2005).The directive also aligns EU law with international commitments (following the revision of the Gothenburg Protocol in 2012).