Read about Air Quality Consultants' latest news and updates.
Ammonia Emissions from Roads for Assessing Impacts on Nitrogen-Sensitive Habitats
AQC has examined evidence relating to ammonia emissions from road traffic, their contribution to roadside nitrogen deposition, and how this might change in the future. AQC has also created a new emissions tool for traffic-related ammonia, which can be downloaded for use by others.
NOx Trends in the UK 2013 to 2019
AQC has updated its analysis of nitrogen oxides concentrations trends at road, urban and rural sites across the UK to include 2019
AQC contributes to EIA Handbook
AQC provides advice on air quality and EIA in a new edition of the EIA Handbook.
AQC announces the appointment of Tim Williamson
AQC announces the appointment of Tim Williamson as an Associate Director in the London office. Tim has 25 years’ experience in environmental policy development, focussing on air quality, having operated at the local, national and international scales.
Now in its 26th year Air Quality Consultants continues to go from strength to strength as the UK’s largest independent air quality consultancy.
Trends in UK Nitrogen Dioxide Concentrations 2005 to 2018
Air Quality Consultants has updated its analysis of trends in NO2 and NOx concentrations at sites across the UK ….
Air Quality Consultants becomes a 'Climate Neutral Company'
Air Quality Consultants has offset its carbon emissions associated with its travel and offices for the 2018-19 financial year …
AQC is delighted to announce the appointment of Guido Pellizzaro
Air Quality Consultants Ltd is delighted to announce the appointment of Guido Pellizzaro, who has joined the team in the London office as an Associate Director.
Results from on-going customer survey
Delivering sound, reliable expert advice and a consistently high quality of service is fundamental to everything that Air Quality Consultants does.
Three peaks challenge 2019
On Saturday 21st September a team of 17 consultants from Air Quality Consultants Ltd and Noise Consultants Ltd took on the National Three Peaks Challenge. This saw the team climb the highest mountains in Scotland (Ben Nevis), England (Scafell Pike) and Wales (Snowdon), all within 24-hours.
Air Quality Consultants contributed to a Unicef report calling for action to protect children from the impacts of air pollution
Air Quality Consultants provided case studies on measures to reduce children’s exposure to support the Unicef UK report …
Investigation into Diffusion Tube Bias Adjustment Factors published by Scottish Government
A detailed investigation into the role of bias adjustment for nitrogen dioxide diffusion tubes has been carried out for the Scottish Government. The project was led by Prof. Duncan Laxen on behalf of Air Quality Consultants Ltd, with support from Prof. Mat Heal of the School of Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh.