Updates

Update to Guidance on the assessment of odour for planning

This Guidance was originally published by IAQM in 2014. In keeping with general IAQM principles, it is prudent to review such guidance after a period of time to ensure that it is up to date and still represents best practice. The amendments, which are tracked and explained in a change log at the beginning of ...

Dealing with uncertainty in vehicle NOx emissions – update to position statement

The IAQM’s position statement, Dealing with Uncertainty in Vehicle NOx Emissions within Air Quality Assessments, originally published in October 2016, has been updated.The amendments, which are tracked and explained in a change log at the end of the document, are primarily to reflect changes to other external documents and procedures.All IAQM position statements can be downloaded ...

Opportunity to join the Early Careers Group committee

 The IAQM Early Careers Group was established in 2017 to provide IAQM Early Career professionals with a platform to develop skills, network with fellow professionals and gain valuable CPD.A year on, we are providing the opportunity for IAQM Associate and Full members in the early stages of their career (first ten years) who are part of ...

Entries now open to win this year’s Ian McCrae award

Dr Ian McCrae was a very well respected and widely liked air quality practitioner who worked for TRL. He made significant contributions to the understanding of emissions from transport and links with air quality. In his honour, this year the award will be presented to an IAQM Associate or Member in the early stages of ...

Clean Air Strategy 2018 consultation

IAQM seeks members’ views on new government strategy On the 22nd May the Government published a draft of it’s Clean Air Strategy 2018, and launched a consultation on the plans. The draft strategy outlines the Government’s ambitions relating to “reducing air pollution in the round, making our air healthier to breathe, protecting nature and boosting the economy”. ...

Four House of Commons committees call for new air quality measures

In a joint report, four House of Commons Select Committees have called for a new Clean Air Act, for car makers to pay towards a clean air fund, and to bring forward the target for 100% clean car production from 2040. The report is the product of an unprecedented four-way inquiry by the Environment, Food and ...