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Routes to Clean Air 2018
October 29 @ 9:00 am - October 30 @ 3:30 pm£185 – £370
29th-30th October 2018
Birmingham Conference and Events Centre
IAQM presents Routes to Clean Air 2018, a two-day annual conference where air quality, public health and transport professionals, in both the private and public sectors, share their experiences of reducing traffic emissions.
Speakers will discuss a range of topical issues offering their insight into the steps required to improve air quality, including best practice examples and practical challenges faced during implementation.
Delegates will gain valuable CPD, have the opportunity to network with fellow air quality professionals and interact with leading organisations in the air quality sector.
Who should attend?
Air quality consultants | Local authority officers | Transport professionals | Expert practitioners | Local & regional government officials | Academics & researchers | Environmental health officers | Air quality graduates & PhD students | Air quality manufacturers | NGO staff |Professional body staff
The first day of the conference closes with a 3-course conference dinner, included in the price of your ticket. The winner of the Ian McCrae award, presented to an Early Career Professional, is awarded at the dinner.
Student or Graduate*
Meet our conference sponsor
Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants (CERC) is a leading provider of expert air quality services.
CERC’s Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling System (ADMS) models are widely used across the world and include ADMS-Screen, ADMS 5, ADMS-Roads, ADMS-Urban and ADMS-Airport. These models cater for problems of different complexity: ADMS-Screen is used to assess the potential impact of a single point source, ADMS 5 for assessing impacts of industrial sites, ADMS-Roads for road traffic emissions (for instance in small towns or rural road networks) and ADMS-Urban is a high-resolution air quality management system for complex combinations of emissions such as occur in urban areas. ADMS-Urban is ideal for modelling planning and policy scenarios in urban areas, for example for the development of Clean Air Zones (CAZ). ADMS-Airport is used to model the impacts of emissions at airports and has been used extensively at the UK’s major airports. Other software available from CERC includes;
- EMIT, the emissions inventory database tool
- FLOWSTAR-Energy for wind energy assessments and forecasting
- GASTAR for modelling the dispersion of dense gas releases.
CERC provides a number of scheduled and customised training courses for all the ADMS models to suit modellers with varying levels of experience, as well as a comprehensive software support package.
CERC’s highly experienced Consultants provide a range of services, including: air quality modelling for permitting, planning and policy scenarios; emissions inventory compilation for both toxic pollutants and greenhouse gases; and modelling of hazardous releases, for example for COMAH assessments. CERC also provides air quality forecasting and alert services for local authorities, including airTEXT in the UK (www.airtext.info) and Riga airTEXT in Latvia (www.rigaairtext.lv), using ADMS-Urban in combination with the EU’s CAMS regional modelling system. Bespoke air quality forecasting and alert services are also available. For more details of CERC’s services or to download demonstration software visit www.cerc.co.uk.
Want to exhibit?
Routes to Clean Air attracts consultants, transport professionals, local authorities and regulators, providing an excellent opportunity for organisations to interact with their target audience of experts and buyers. This conference is a platform for expert practitioners to share knowledge, therefore there are a limited number of spaces for exhibitors.
Benefits of exhibiting:
- Listing on the event page on both the IAQM and Institution of Environmental Sciences (IES) websites
- Promotion on the IAQM and IES Websites, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts
- Inclusion in both digital and printed versions of the delegate pack
- Attendance at the conference dinner
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