In response to Government advice to 'avoid social contact with others and stop non-essential travel to fight Coronavirus' this event has been postponed. Please read our full statement for further information around the status of our events.
Details of the new date will be shared once available.
This new one-day IAQM conference will cover indoor exposure to air pollution including the ingress of outdoor air, the role of different ventilation strategies, indoor emissions from building materials, and in-vehicle exposure.
Relatively little is known but it is a rapidly growing field. Recent developments include new guidance from the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) covering indoor air quality, a new Future Homes Standard proposed by Government and recommended standards for individual VOCs from Public Health England.
This conference aims to provide attendees with a good insight into the issues from outdoor to indoor and in-transport exposure. It will include presentations from CIBSE, PHE, building services engineers and indoor air quality practitioners and academics, and will be of interest to our members, architects, building service engineers, developers and public health professionals.