DPDgroup showcases its new air quality monitoring initiative

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DPDgroup has launched a new air quality monitoring program to help cities better monitor pollution. The program, which is set to be rolled out to 20 European cities over the next two years, sees DPDgroup’s fleet and facilities equipped with sensors which collect data on air quality. This data is then fed back to authorities and citizens in a useable web interface. To read more on the project, click here.

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