Road traffic is a major source of particle matter, soot and other types of airborne pollution. Particles released by incomplete fuel combustion, tire and brake wear, are mostly smaller than 2.5 microns (PM2,5). Such particle size are the most dangerous to human health as they do penetrate deep into the human tissue.
Polluted emissions from road and sea transport represent a significant contribution to air pollution. Areas subdued to heavy traffic suffer from the largest concentration of pollution. With ENS’s technology, it is possible to capture this pollution before it spreads across the (urban) environment.