2019 IAPSC - Places still available


The next IAPSC will take place on Wednesday 4 December 2019 at The Priory Rooms, Birmingham.

IAPSC is a forum for the exchange of information and best practice in the field of air quality measurement and management in the UK. It is intended primarily for those with legal responsibilities for managing air quality, but also has relevance for industrial process operators and service supply companies.

Why attend?

  • Stay up-to-date on the latest industry developments.
  • Network with an extensive group of air quality experts working across the UK and Europe.
  • Access practical information on air quality best practice.

Topics covered
Morning session: Recent insights from the assessment and monitoring of key pollutants.

  • The Characteristics of PM2.5.
  • Breathe London – The Story So Far.
  • Real World Driving Emissions – Supporting Effective Air Quality Management in the UK.
  • Real-time Bus Emissions in Oxford.

Afternoon session: Improving understanding of the impacts of emissions on habitats and human health

  • Habitats Regulations Assessment of Air Quality Impacts.
  • Markers of exposure associated with busy traffic road.
  • Socio-economic Impacts of Air Quality.
  • Understanding Behavioural Exposure for LAQM.

For full agenda details, please click here.

To attend, please complete the booking form and return to (the booking form is a writable PDF which, enables delegates to type in all relevant fields.)

London commits to WHO guidelines for PM2.5 by 2030


London mayor Sadiq Khan has joined over 30 city mayors around the world to pledge to reduce fine particulate matter (PM2.5) pollution in line with World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines by 2030.

The World Health Organization guideline stipulates that PM2.5 should not exceed 10 µg/m3 annual mean, or 25 µg/m3 24-hour mean; and that PM10 should not exceed 20 µg/m3 annual mean, or 50 µg/m3 24-hour mean.

Mayors from Paris, Tokyo and Los Angeles have signed the C40 Clean Air Cities Declaration to recognise that breathing clean air is ‘a human right’ and commit to radical measures to tackle air pollution.

For more information:

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