Air Quality Community

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The IAQM is the professional body for air quality professionals in the UK, acting as the voice for air quality by producing useful and timely guidance on matters affecting air quality professionals and by responding to Government consultations. The IAQM is committed to maintaining, enhancing and promoting the highest standards of working practices in the field and supports the development of professionals working in the sector.

We provide support to the work of the IAQM committee and the IAQM acts as the air quality community within the IES, providing support for professionals specialising in ambient and indoor air quality through events, tailored CPD opportunities and guidance. The IAQM also has a dedicated Early Career Network for those in the early stages of their career.

Events | Guidance | Membership

Open Air Quality jobs

Guildhall, London
£38,360 - £43,050 inc. London Weighting
2 October 2023
Are you looking for a job that has a positive impact on the environment? Improving air quality is high on the agenda at the City of London Corporation. An opportunity has arisen to work in a small but dedicated team to support the delivery of the...

Upcoming Events

Holiday Inn, Manchester
Tuesday, 10 October 2023 - 9:00am to Wednesday, 11 October 2023 - 4:30pm
A two-day conference for air quality, public health and transport professionals

Recent webinars

SAMHE (Schools Air quality Monitoring for Health and Education) is an indoor air quality research project funded by EPSRC that utilises Citizen Science methods to co-design, collect and analyse...
Whether it’s standing up in front of hundreds of people at a conference, speaking at your department meeting of 50, or sharing a presentation with your boss – public speaking fills most people with...

Most recent journal on Air Quality

Exploring the factors that are important to achieving good indoor air quality



Air Quality profile

Stuart is one of a small number of specialist site inspectors and regulators for the Environment Agency (EA) specifically covering nuclear sites, such as power stations, Ministry of Defence sites and radio-pharmaceutical production sites. The EA issues permits to these sites allowing them...