The city of Raincy (France) is committed to the indoor air quality issue, and thus called on Veolia to treat air in two of its elementary schools.
Air quality, and especially indoor air, has become a growing health and societal issue. Children are more exposed than adults to the risks of air pollution because they are more fragile. Thus, various regulations have emerged, such as Decree No. 2015-1000 and the Law on the National Commitment for the Environment of 2015 in France which progressively impose monitoring of air quality in establishments receiving sensitive public.
In this context, the city of Le Raincy wished to be part of this approach, and trusted Veolia to equip the elementary schools “Les Fougères” and “La Fontaine” to monitor pollutants and provide indoor air treatment. This type of project is the first one happening in France. Thus, the 569 pupils of the two schools breathe good quality air, with a ) commitment of results from Veolia.