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The deadline for the John Rose Award 2014 has been extended to August 11th, so there is still time for you to get your application in!  The IES champions the crucial role communication of...
In the UK Local Authorities have a statutory responsibility for the management of local air quality. Many guidelines and tools have been developed to promote best practice in the way these...
IAQM have released new guidance on the assessment of dust from demolition and construction. Construction sites can give rise to annoyance due to the soiling of surfaces by dust and increase long term...
As part of the Government's 'Better Regulation' drive the Government and its regulators are simplifying all environmental guidance to make it quicker to understand and easier to use. Environmental...
A list published in January by the Science Council is being used to highlight a collective blind spot in the approach of government, media and public to science, which either tends to refer only to...
The IAQM will be hosting a one-day conference around the topic of Air Quality and Planning, specifically the way in which planning can influence air quality in the long term - for better or worse....

Event

The annual meeting of the Dispersion Modellers User Group will be taking place at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Covent Garden London. The meeting provides a great opportunity to hear from people at the...
The annual meeting of the Dispersion Modellers User Group 2013 will be taking place at St Martins-in-the-Fields on Monday 9th December. The provisional programme is as follows: 09.45 - 10.00 - Roger...

Report

In the UK Local Authorities have a statutory responsibility for the management of local air quality. Many guidelines and tools have been developed to promote best practice in the way these...
Emissions of dust to air can occur during the preparation of the land (e.g. demolition, land clearing, and earth moving), and during construction. Emissions can vary substantially from day...

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