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November 2018

IAQM AGM 2018: Indoor Air Quality

07 Nov, 2018 @ 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Arup London, 8 Fitzroy Street
London, United Kingdom
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The IAQM 2018 AGM will be followed by a discussion meeting on indoor air quality. Timings are subject to change and will be confirmed shortly. 13:30 - Registration, refreshments and networking14:00 - AGM14:20 - Discussion meeting on indoor air quality with presentations from;Roger Barrowcliffe, Clear Air Thinking,/Vice Chair IAQM – Is Indoor Air Quality our Future?Vina Kukadia, Associate Director and Head of Air Pollution at Building Research Establishment (BRE) - The impact of outdoor pollution on indoor air qualityClive Shrubsole, Environmental Public Health Scientist at Public…

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January 2019

Discussion meeting: Air Quality & Ecology – Impacts & their Assessment

January 16 @ 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Manchester Metropolitan University, Room G.26 South Atrium, Business School
Manchester, M15 6BH United Kingdom
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Free for Members

This joint event hosted by the IAQM, the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM) and Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) will provide a platform for ecology and air quality professionals to network, collaborate and discuss the important crossover of these two disciplines.Speakers will provide an insight into their new experiences and research in this area, and the pressures and demands professionals are facing in light of several court cases and new guidance in this area.This afternoon discussion meeting will…

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March 2019

Discussion meeting: Mitigating Operational Impacts

March 26 @ 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Arup London, 8 Fitzroy Street
London, United Kingdom
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Free for Members

Delivering real improvements in local air quality.In line with the IAQM guidance as air quality professionals, we quantify impacts (negligible, slight, moderate or substantial at individual receptors) and based on our professional judgement, conclude whether effects on local air quality are likely to be significant. The assessment of impacts considers the effectiveness of mitigation measures that are incorporated into the development proposals, but in terms of reducing residual impacts, we often don’t go far enough. We are frequently steered by local authorities…

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April 2019

Monitoring Air Quality 2019

April 30 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Crowne Plaza London – The City, 19 New Bridge St
London, EC4V 6DB United Kingdom
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£95 – £185

30th April 2019 Crowne Plaza, The City - LondonEven with recent advances in modelling, measurement remains an important means of gaining insight into the nature of air pollution. Without it, we cannot fully understand the problem and, without an accurate diagnosis, we cannot propose solutions. This conference provides an opportunity to share experiences of using new measurement techniques whilst exploring ways to interpret data collected by analysers in a variety of environments.SpeakersA tale of two cities: Are policies improving air pollution in Paris…

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June 2019

Discussion meeting: How can we tackle the urgent problem of ammonia emissions?

June 19 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Arup London, 8 Fitzroy Street
London, United Kingdom
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Ammonia emissions contribute to particle pollution and urban smog, damaging sensitive natural habitats through excessive nitrogen deposition and acidification. Emissions in the UK have only fallen by 10% since 1970, however the Netherlands have reduced their emissions by over 60% since 1990. Currently, there are no ambient air quality standards or guidelines for ammonia. Agriculture, through the use and storage of manure, slurry, and inorganic fertilisers, accounts for 88% of UK emissions; the waste sector, vehicles, and industry account for…

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