Qatar Football World Cup: Air quality monitoring stations installed at Qatar World Cup 2022 sites

The project was launched to support the implementation of the Qatar World Cup 2022 Global Strategy for Sustainability. The Executive Committee on Transport and Heritage (SC), in collaboration with the Department of Municipal and Environmental Affairs, has started installing air quality monitoring stations at Qatar World Cup 2022 venues. Security stations will also be installed in the Al Janoub Stadium area soon.

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Jassim al-Jaidah, SC’s Local Stakeholders Relations manager for Sustainability, said, These channels will monitor and measure air quality, depending on the percentage of gases and other particles in the air. The information provided will assist SC to make informed decisions regarding improving air quality within the FIFA World Cup 2022 tournament venues, in line with the Qatar World Cup 2022 Stability Strategy.

Creating air quality is one of the goals of the Qatar Football World Cup sustainability. The country is committed to hosting the impartial FIFA World Cup 2022 and using the hosting of a major green building event nationwide and regionally. To achieve a neutral carbon competition, the SC measured the number of carbon emissions in hosting the Qatar Football World Cup and raised awareness about reducing pollution for both local and regional stakeholders. For more to know about Qatar World Cup Tickets Click here.

Gas emissions have been reduced during the construction of the Qatar Football World Cup infrastructure through several methods, including construction and construction phases, which have reduced energy and water consumption, prioritized recycling and waste management.

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In addition, the entire Qatar World Cup 2022 stadium is empowered to receive a four-star rating under the Global Sustainability Assessment System which, among other things, requires a project to reduce energy consumption by 30% compared to global standards.

Helping Qatar achieve carbon neutrality will be a small step in the tournament. The combination of the event with all the venues close together and no internal flights required for fans and players will significantly reduce carbon emissions. In addition, Qatar’s green public transport network, including the Doha Metro and electric buses, will support sustainable development goals.

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