91% of the world's population lives in areas where air quality exceeds the limits set by the WHO, and these exceedances are found in many megacities around the world. SUEZ works with cities and industries to improve outdoor air quality through innovative solutions inspired by nature.
Improving global air quality: an essential challenge

Improving global air quality: an essential challenge

According to the WHO, air pollution is now "the greatest environmental risk to health". As well as being a major health issue, air pollution also has both an economic cost – estimated by the World Bank at about 5,000 billion dollars a year – and an environmental cost. Let's focus on an issue that is central to the concerns of public authorities and citizens alike.
Our solutions for better air quality in cities

91% of the world's population lives in areas where air quality exceeds the limits set by the WHO, and these exceedances are found in many megacities around the world. SUEZ works with cities and industries to improve outdoor air quality through innovative solutions inspired by nature.

Our solutions for better air quality in cities

To enable local authorities to improve air quality, SUEZ identifies sources of pollution and treats them with concrete solutions based on new technologies inspired by nature.
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