Construction is a broad phrase that refers to the art and science of forming items, systems, or organizations. It addresses the processes involved in bringing buildings, infrastructure, industrial facilities and related operations to their end of life. Construction begins with finance, planning, and design. It continues until the asset is completed and ready for use. It also includes repairs and maintenance work, any works to expand, extend, or improve the asset, and its final destruction, dismantling, or decommissioning.
The building sector contributes considerably to the gross domestic product of several countries. Although the building sector fosters economic development and provides several non-monetary advantages to many countries, it is also one of the most dangerous.
Why environmental monitoring is required in the building industry?
This business assists any Government, like as India, in creating investment breaks across relevant sectors. This sector is divided into a few big building enterprises operating in all areas.
More than 35 million individuals in India are employed in the construction, infrastructure, or real estate industries.However, progress comes at a cost, and that cost is environmental damage. Various sorts of pollution are unavoidable during construction, including air pollution (due to dust and diesel generators), noise pollution, soil contamination, water pollution, and so on.
As a result, we recommend environmental monitoring during the building and operating phases.
Goals of environmental monitoring during construction
1: To determine the long-term and short-term environmental effects of the building project;
2: To offer early warning when environmental control measures or procedures fail to meet criteria;
3: To assess performance and moderate measures;
4: To confirm the environmental impact indicated in the EIA survey;
5: To determine project compliance with rules, policies, and requirements;
6: To give information for an environmental audit.
Purity of Water during construction activities
1: To guarantee that ground water, bore wells, and municipal water fulfils Indian water quality requirements, the pH, Turbidity, Temperature, Conductivity, Total Suspended Solids, Total Dissolved Solids, Total Hardness (as CaCO3), Calcium Hardness (as CaCO3), Total Alkalinity, Chloride (as Cl), Sulfate (as SO4), and Zinc (as Zn) are all measured.
2: Continuous water quality monitoring provides operators with a variety of historical and real-time data to help in decision making. Process control measures may be implemented with confidence and the outcomes of these controls can be tracked in real time to assess performance. Real-time water quality monitoring might be the answer for businesses trying to improve operational efficiency.
3: If the drinking water does not fulfil water quality criteria, it is advised that additional solutions and actions be considered on-site to achieve the water standards necessary for building during the construction stage.
Air Quality Monitoring during Construction
1: Examine the site's current air quality to see if it falls below the Central Pollution Control Board's permissible average standards. It should also be guaranteed that the development does not deteriorate air quality further. Monitoring air quality include estimating concentration levels of suspended particulate matter (SPM), respirable suspended particulate matter (RSPM), sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), and carbon monoxide (CO) in the research region.
2: Then, the levels of gaseous contaminants are compared to national ambient air quality guidelines (NAAQS).
3: The boundaries vary for industrial, residential, rural and sensitive regions.
Which technologies/plants are required to assure environmental air and water quality?
Since 2012, Netsol Water Solutions has served as an environmental solution in India. We offer Environmental Monitoring for building projects as well as Consultancy services for the Infrastructure, Real Estate, and Construction industries. We are also glad to say that our firm employs highly experienced individuals to perform similar tasks with all essential equipment’s as we manufacture all sort of water, wastewater and air monitoring equipment’s.
We provide the following solutions:
- Plants for Water Treatment
- Plants for Wastewater Treatment
- Plants for Sewage/Effluent Treatment
- Air Pollution control devices
We take great pleasure in introducing ourselves as a prominent water and wastewater treatment firm in India, specialized in the production of WTPs, WWTPs, as well as Energy Management, Automation Solutions, Asset Management, and Waste Management. We are a one-stop utility partner for both industrial and commercial clients, assisting them in enhancing resource productivity and bottom lines while protecting the environment.