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Even though it's expensive, good air quality control pays off over the long run. If done properly, the control of air pollution your business keeps can make productivity even better by giving a cleaner environment with less employee downtime because of sickness or limited working capacity.
How much air pollution prevention and control you wish to manage may depend on the magnitude of the operation and the characteristics of the industry you work in. If you are a heavy manufacturer or if you deal with volatile materials, or if you have many locations spread across the country, if you run lean with the employee availability, then you have three options, depending on your business:
1. Hire your own air pollution technician to handle communications with government;
2. Hire consultants to set up your air pollution controlling system;
3. Use a specialist to run and install the air pollution control equipment at your facility.Barry's Response
- Yes, Venkatesh, these are good ideas to start with. Thank you very much.
By using dispersion models, air quality consultants
can figure out if the control systems you propose will help. Is it your plant or the one next door that's causing air quality problems? Do we need to redesign the system or can we fix it with a few simple, inexpensive tweaks? My consulting practice handles these types of questions almost every day.
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It's remarkable to see how the winds of change have swept us into this era of environmental stewardship and air quality control.
At one time, the idea might have sounded extravagant, but now it's heartening to see how things have changed. You know I'm no stranger to investments, so it's an investment.
But the returns go beyond the balance sheet.
Investing every minute an employee spends in top form, fully engaged, compounds over time. A thriving business depends
on employee productivity. Cleaner air means healthier employees, fewer sick days, and more productivity. It's like striking oil in terms of efficiency and returns.
It depends on the scale of operations and the industry, of course. Heavy manufacturing, volatile materials - they need tailored solutions. The choice doesn't just reflect your business decision, but also a commitment to sustainability and, dare I say, a nod to our shared future, whether you're hiring an in-house technician to manage regulatory conversations, or consultants to orchestrate an air pollution control
symphony, or specialists to bring their expertise right into your facility.
Industry has matured, and so has our understanding. There's no more tug of war between profits and the planet. Instead, it's a harmonious dance where savvy businessmen balance prosperity with responsibility. Businesses are evolving, and those who take advantage of this opportunity to breathe fresh air into their operations will be ahead of the curve. Capitalism, when guided by wisdom, can foster both growth and goodness.