June 06, 2019
WELLESLEY, Mass., June 6, 2019–Growing air pollution problems worldwide and an increasing number of government regulations meant to combat it, are factors shaping the trace air contamination detection market, according to a report by BCC Research, “Sensors for Trace Contaminant Detection in Air: Technologies & Market.”
The market expects to see a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.8% through 2022, when it could be worth $412.4 billion.
“Different sensor types are used to precisely detect levels of pollutants such as nitrous oxide, sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, particulate matter and ozone,” notes report author Tanmay Joshi. “The presence of these pollutants in high quantities in outdoor air can result in various chronic diseases, particularly respiratory disorders. The EPA has evaluated the performance of outdoor air quality sensors deployed since 2017; research is conducted at the Ambient Air Innovation Research Site in Research Triangle Park, N.C.”
Governments Launching Ambitious Programs to Tackle Pollution
Governments at all levels are launching programs meant to measure air pollutants as a basis for eradicating them. In 2018, the California Air Resources Board announced an ambitious satellite program to track greenhouse gas emissions. In London, the Under2 Coalition aims to support regional governments in developing nations as they seek to reach the Paris Agreement goals. The U.S.-China Green Ports and Vessels Initiative allows both countries to share tools, practices and technologies for the assessment and reduction of air pollutants.
Editors/reporters requesting analyst interviews should contact Sarah Greenberg at email@example.com.
Sensors for Trace Contaminant Detection in Air: Technologies & Market( AVM172A )
Data and analysis extracted from this press release must be accompanied by a statement identifying BCC Research LLC as the source and publisher. For media inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.bccresearch.com/media to request access to our library of market research.