A STROUD company is helping researchers understand more about air pollution in London.

A new £2m air quality ‘supersite’ is located in King’s College London’s Honor Oak Park sports ground and is kitted out with the latest technology to allow scientists to trace the source of pollutants.

Some of the monitoring equipment was supplied by Enviro Technology Services in Stroud.

Managing director Duncan Mounsor said: “ET is proud to have worked alongside KCLto supply this ground breaking research facility in London.”

Dr David Green, of the School of Population Health and Environmental Sciences at King’s College, said: “Enviro Technology has provided a large number of instruments installed inside this supersite.

“Their high level of expertise in research grade instrumentation has been important during the design and installation phase and I look forward to working with them to maintain these in the future.”