Air Quality and Noise Control Abu Dhabi 2017

Air Quality and Noise Control Abu Dhabi 2017

Date(s) - 20/11/2017 - 21/11/2017
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Abu Dhabi

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With dust, transport and industrial emissions being major contributors to air pollution, GCC governments are putting more efforts and launching new initiatives to increase air quality standards as health concerns rise.

The UAE is leading the way by having launched the Emirates Air Quality Network. Creating a GCC-wide air quality network has been widely discussed at the 2nd Annual Air Quality and Noise Control summit.

Indoor air management is also a key priority in air quality improvement strategy.  Research and studies of possible health issues associated with the indoor air quality prompt the Gulf region stakeholders to pay closer attention to indoor environment standards.

Noise pollution management gains more prominence as governments introduce penalties and awareness rises.

The 3rd Annual Air Quality and Noise Control GCC summit will continue to look into these three major environmental concerns, as more research being done, new projects launched and the regulations are put in place. Government officers, health and medical practitioners, researchers, industry executives and international authorities will gather for the third time to discuss, share and collaborate on the issues of ambient and indoor air quality and noise management.

  • The global air quality monitoring equipment market is expected to reach $6,147.77 million by 2019 growing at a CAGR of 9.15% between 2014 and 2019, and the environmental testing market is projected to reach more than $9.5 Billion at a CAGR of 6.4% by 2019, according to the Marketsandmarkets’ report.
  • Technavio’s analysts forecast the global IAQ market to grow at a CAGR of 8.3% during the period 2016-2020.
  • According to TechSci research report, GCC air conditioners market set to grow at CAGR 10% till 2021 due to rising construction, increasing disposable income and upcoming mega events such as FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar, World Expo 2020 in UAE, cultural and summer festivals in Bahrain.
  • In May 2016, Dubai Municipality has completed the second phase of noise-monitoring project by installing 10 stations to take readings of sound levels in the emirate.
  • EAD has recently announced the successful completion of phase 1 of the e-Linking project with the ADWEA, ZonesCorp, NCMS, and Dubai Municipality.
  • In 2016, EAD and ADNOC are reinforcing their collaboration towards the improvement of air quality control in Abu Dhabi through a number of procedures, processes and timeframe for electronic linking of the central databases for air quality monitoring networks.
  • In Qatar, all new buildings being constructed strictly adhere to green building standards outlined by the State of Qatar and constantly promoted by Qatar Green Building Council, placing a strong focus on indoor air quality issues.
  • In Saudi Arabia, the Ambient Air Standard 2012 prescribes limit values for ambient air quality parameters and introduces new limits for companies that are required to manage their emissions.
  • Evaluate regional best practice on measuring and monitoring air quality
  • Discover UAE’s new regulatory framework on noise control
  • Discuss the roadmap and strategies towards increasing indoor air quality and achieving energy efficiency
  • Hear regional and international case studies on air quality in environment with sandstorms
  • Examine project opportunities to reach new customers across the GCC
  • Learn about the latest regulations, guidelines and national strategies for air quality monitoring and noise management
  • Network with government representatives, oil & gas / power & water / construction, transportation industry, hospitality and healthcare sector stakeholders and project leaders, local researchers and international air quality program managers
  • Participate in discussions on challenges associated with technical and operational delivery of the projects and initiatives
  • Gain a competitive advantage in the Gulf’s air quality monitoring and noise measurement projects market by showcasing your solution to buyers

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One response to “Air Quality and Noise Control Abu Dhabi 2017”

  1. Christopher Simwinga says:

    As an environmental activist am I eligible to attend? Am from Tanzania a Program Coordinator for EnviroCare Tanzania a local environmental organization in Tanzania.

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