The Greenlight System was originally developed to monitor airborne dust (aerosol) concentrations. Today, its capabilities include the real-time measurement of vapors, gases, noise, vibration and radiation. The Greenlight System also collects meteorological information, such as wind speed and direction, to correlate the impact and source of potential hazards.
The Greenlight System can be quickly configured and deployed for any project requiring environmental, health and safety oversight, such as soil remediation, major construction, or other activities that require understanding and managing potential hazards that may impact workers and the public.
How Does The Greenlight System Work?
Fixed or portable field station detectors are configured with equipment to monitor potential hazards: dust, aerosol, vapor, gas, noise, vibration, radiation as well as meteorological data.
- All data is captured, saved and transmitted to a relational (SQL) database.
- Archived and real-time data – detected values, trends, alarms conditions — are displayed graphically on-screen.
- Secure Internet web sites, PDAs and smart phones report and display reported conditions.
- Standard and custom reports provide corresponding weather and hazard data for rapid decision-making and long-term process control.
The Greenlight System’s core strengths are the range of environmental measurement options and the suite of visual user applications (i.e., graphical online displays, alarm notifications, reports). These features make the System ideally suited for monitoring and reporting the environmental conditions that may concern project personnel and the public.
The Greenlight System combines equipment rental with professional EHS services to create a complete value package of increased productivity and cost-savings. The Greenlight System replaces low-performance, time-delayed and labor-intensive monitoring methods with today’s technologies to collect more comprehensive and accurate data that is in your hands as it is happens.
Designed to be flexible in configuration, the Greenlight System is scalable in size to satisfy a wide variety of projects and industrial, commercial and government applications.
The Greenlight System is suited to
- Small project sites with modest environmental monitoring needs that require just a few field stations to track dust, vapors, gases and/or noise levels.
- Large, complex and long-term projects, such as sensitive remediation sites that require a combination of portable field units, fixed field stations, multiple levels of data recording, remote access, and a variety of reporting needs to ensure that regulatory compliance and proactive community relations are achieved.
- Temporary emergency response cleanups, where portable units are quickly set up to guide operations, and protect workers and the community.