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Royal Commission in Jubail attains the American Accreditation Certificate and Quality Certificate for Environmental Monitoring
Royal Commission in Jubail, represented by the Environmental Protection and Control Department, attained the American Accreditation Certificate for the conformity of Air Quality and Meteorological Observation Program with the standards and requirements of the United States Environmental Protection Agency for the second consecutive year. The procedures to attain the accreditation involved reviewing and auditing all operation systems procedures, calibration and maintenance of air quality control stations, the conduction of  many inspection visits for the stations , reviewing the data collection and analysis mechanism, and the accuracy of devices and ways of maintenance after ensuring that all requirements are met.
 
The Royal Commission also was awarded ISO 9001 Quality Certificate for The Environmental Monitoring Program. The procedures for attaining the certificate included several inspection visits , reviewing and auditing of all the  Administration works  ,the  programs used, and discussing the administrative procedures, environmental standards and formats.
 
The certificates were granted to demonstrate the Royal Commission's keenness to implement the highest standards and regulations for the preservation of the environment in the City.