Involvement within Communities
"Dear Argos Scientific, Thank you very much for donating funds to our 10K run at Nobel Middle School! We are excited to share that the run happened on Tuesday, May 24th at Pierce College, and it was a huge success! We have two students fighting cancer at the school this year, so all the runners wore gold ribbons to show their support. Thank you again! All our best!"
- Mrs. Cogle and the 10K Volunteers of Nobel Middle School
We value relationships above anything else, and the way we do this is through:
Many customers who have used our products and services have utilized our expertise to develop long-term air monitoring programs, which combine state-of-the-art air monitoring equipment with community involvement programs. The synthesis of these two services are sustainable air monitoring programs that give back to the community in the form of:
(1) Real-time air monitoring data
(2) Educational programs
(3) Enhanced emergency response capabilities.
The small costs of these integrated programs provide a tremendous long-term benefit to all of the local stakeholders. Below are a few examples of successful community benefit programs that have been developed by Argos.
March 3, 2016, Porter Ranch, CA - Independent private company, Argos Scientific, which has an agreement to keep monitors at residents' homes through Los Angeles City Councilman Mitch Englander’s office, also will remain on site and would like to find a long-term home for the equipment, said Don Gamiles of Argos Scientific. The company has set up a way for residents to view results in real time on their smartphones.
“There’s been tremendous response,” Gamiles said, adding that the site has garnered more than 100,000 hits. “In the world of air monitoring stuff, that eclipses all other records,” he said. “We still see levels of methane I would say significantly above what the background levels should be.”