Komoline’s Pollution Weather Station provides crucial data about changes to the composition of the atmosphere. Pollution, or the addition of toxic material to the environment, impacts the weather, life in the ecosystem and natural resources. It causes global warming and depletion of the ozone layer. This leads to extreme weather conditions, melting of glaciers and harmful exposure to UV radiation.
It is essential to control and modify human activity that leads to an increase in pollution. Data collected by the pollution weather station is used by various agencies for regulatory monitoring, compliance monitoring and enforcement purposes.