Routes to Clean Air 2019
September 16 @ 9:30 am - September 17 @ 4:00 pm
16th – 17th September 2019
Ambassadors Bloomsbury Hotel, London
The Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) presents Routes to Clean Air 2019, a two-day annual conference where air quality, public health and transport professionals, in both the private and public sectors, share their experiences of improving 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 | Air quality equipment manufacturers | Expert practitioners | Local authority officers | Academics & researchers | Air quality graduates & PhD students | Government officers | NGO & professional body staff | Standards agencies & accreditation bodies | Trade associations
Ian McCrae award
Are you an IAQM Associate or Member in the early stages of their career (approximately the first ten years)? Then enter for your chance to win this prestigious title and a free ticket to Routes to Clean Air, where the winner will be presented with a trophy.
The annual Ian McCrae award is presented to an IAQM Associate Member or Full Member who has demonstrated a commitment to the air quality profession. This year we wish to give the Award to an Associate or Member in the early stages of their career (approximately the first ten years).
How to Enter
Please submit an essay (maximum 650 words) on the following topic:
The Secretary of State has announced that the Environment Bill should include a “legally binding commitment on particulate matter so that no part of the country exceeds the levels recommended by the WHO”. Describe the key elements you think should be in the Bill and what measures it should include to enforce it.
The judges will be looking for well written and argued submissions that explain your reasoning. There is no right or wrong answer.
Entries must be submitted to Rhianna Jarvis via email by 5pm on Monday 26th August.
The first day of the conference closes with a 3-course conference dinner, included in the price of your ticket.
Early-bird IAQM Member
Student or Graduate*
* Graduate and student rates are available to those who graduated after 1st January 2018 and are not currently in full-time employment. Certification will be requested to confirm your booking.
GRAMM Barrier Systems
GRAMM the UK leading specialist in design, supply & installation of acoustic barriers is now the exclusive EU partner for SmogStop.
SmogStop Barrier, developed by Canadian company ENVISON SQ, reduces air & noise pollution levels in surrounding neighbourhoods and takes a two-pronged approach to reducing air pollution hotspots from major roads, highways and railways.
8 Years in development; the patented aerodynamic design reduces pollution levels by enhancing dispersion so that neighbouring residents can breathe easier. At the same time, a proprietary coating on the barrier actually breaks down the NOx and VOCs that produce smog, transforming them into harmless by-products.
SmogStop Barrier’s angled baffle and double-walled design serve two main purposes. First, they direct traffic emissions between the two walls, where a photocatalytic coating treats the pollutants. Second, they generate vortexes and enhance vertical mixing of emissions with clean air, further decreasing pollution levels in surrounding neighbourhoods.
The proprietary coating we’ve developed transforms smog-producing NOX and VOCs into harmless gases and water, powered purely by sunlight.
SmogStop Barrier incorporates CLEARSoundBlok: a sound-reducing, break-resistant and highly transparent grade of acrylic.
The result? A dramatic reduction in noise and air pollution — without sacrificing sunlight.
Over the course of a year, a single km of SmogStop Barrier can remove 16 tonnes of NOX— the equivalent of taking 200,000 cars off that stretch of road.
Recent field tests in Ontario proving results of over 58% reduction of emissions compared to a standard barrier.
BOTTOM-LINE BENEFITS: Reducing air pollution saves lives – and money
Peter Brett Associates
We are PBA, now part of Stantec. We’re a leading consultancy of engineers, planners, environmental consultants, and economists working on major development and infrastructure projects.
We provide trusted advice to create value from the land and buildings owned or operated by our clients. Together, we design and create better places for the communities in which we work.
We have a regional spread of offices with a depth of technical skills throughout the UK, and an associated company in Prague that serves central European markets.
Exhibit with us
Routes to Clean Air attracts consultants, air quality practitioners, leading manufacturers, local authorities officers and regulators, academics and researchers 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
- Free attendance for the full conference and conference dinner
Download our Exhibitor and Sponsorship Pack and book your space today.
We aim to provide events, conferences and workshops which are accessible to all. If you anticipate needing any type of assistance to fully participate in this event, please email Rhianna Jarvis at email@example.com or call +44 (0)20 3862 7484 to discuss this further.