Following a busy 2021, EIC shares details around the activity of its Air Quality and Noise group for 2022.
Bringing together members to explore the ways in which technology and innovation can help society to tackle dangerous air pollution, the group will explore a number of new areas this year, including the modelling and monitoring of air quality during the pandemic and indoor air quality and noise.
In addition, the group – chaired by Jim Mills (Air Monitors) – continues to explore air emissions from construction equipment, the delivery of Clean Air and Low Emission Zones, and the procurement of air quality services.
EIC’s Policy and Public affairs executive Michael Lunn said: “Attendance is vital for any company working in air quality and noise. Thanks to a relevant and dynamic programme and high-level keynote speakers, it provides members with a great opportunity to keep ahead of policy shifts and abreast of industry trends.”
In 2021, the group welcomed a range of high-level speakers from National Highways, the Department for Transport, Defra, BEIS and York University, as well as representatives from members AECOM and Ramboll. It also supported the Air Quality and Emissions Show in October which welcomed more than 900 virtual attendees to its panel discussions and technical sessions.
Interested in finding out more about the work of the group? Email the membership team today