E-Learning

Past Events

At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Shawn Wood of Ohio Lumex gave a 20-minute presentation comparing methods for the monitoring of mercury emissions.   Mr. Wood considers: The prospects of emerging sorbet-trap technologies A range of reliable means for cement and power plants to achieve compliance The state of plant regulation in the United States Notable emissions limits for power and cement plants

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At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Dr. David Green gave a 20-minute presentation on the origins of and initial reports from the United Kingdom’s network of state-of-the-art air monitoring stations, or ‘supersites’. Dr. Green explains: Where ‘supersites’ came from and what they do All of the epidemiological applications of supersite data How supersite data clarifies the sources of air pollution The utility of source-apportionment methodologies to interpret...

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At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Dr. Sarah Moller from the Science and Technology Facilities Council gave an overview of their air quality network, the SAQN. Dr. Moller’s 20-minute presentation addresses: The origins and aims of the SAQN and the STFC How the STFC’s computational expertise aids research within the SAQN The type of studies funded by the SAQN  How the SAQN can be accessed by researchers, government officials and industry  Prospects for the...

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At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Shona Wilde, Ph.D., from the University of York discussed how mobile measurements might be better exploited in the analysis of vehicle emissions. Ms. Wilde’s 20-minute presentation covers: The high spatial and temporal resolution of mobile measurements Strengthening the link between emissions and measurements A novel technique for extracting quantitative data from mobile measurements The prospects of adopting the methodology of c...

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At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Professor Alistair Lewis of the University of York gave a 25-minute presentation on the relationship between strategies to address climate change and global air quality.  Professor Lewis addresses:  How decarbonisation might enhance air quality Whether adjusting timescales of net-zero targets could affect air quality The harmful side-effects of climate action on air quality How to reduce emissions from agriculture, domestic activit...

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At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Professor Ronald Cohen of University of California, Berkley, gave a 25-minute presentation on a new methodology for mapping and modelling ambient air in urban environments, the BEACO2N. Professor Cohen discusses:  How the BEACO2N system works Recent data from BEACO2N The utility of BEACO2N for understanding the urban environment How BEACO2N might be used to design and assess reduction strategies

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At our annual Air Quality and Emissions event, Dr. Justine Bejta, Head of Science at the Joint Air Quality Unit (JAQU), presented data on the outcomes of recent government interventions in areas with high levels of NO2 pollution. In her 15-minute presentation, Dr. Bejta discusses: The origins and aims of the Joint Air Quality Unit Various strategies employed by the Joint Air Quality Unit How JAQU designs bespoke interventions Difficulties of implementation The intr...

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At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Professor Rob Kinnersley of the Environment Agency gave a 20-minute presentation on the ongoing strategic review of the United Kingdom’s air monitoring networks. Professor Kinnersley discusses: What the Strategic Review is investigating How the Review aims to improve the quality of the networks’ data The conclusions and recommendations of Phase 1 of the Review What the future holds for national monitoring networks

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At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Andrew Taylor of Scotswolds Ltd. gave a 20-minute presentation on the origins and focus of the Scottish government’s new air quality programme. Mr. Taylor gives insight into: The primary themes of Cleaner Air for Scotland 2 Why the programme is unique in Europe Problems that Cleaner Air for Scotland 2 may face The ways in which the programme improves upon its predecessor Coordination strategies necessary to meet the proposed t...

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At our recent Air Quality and Emissions event, Professor Paul Linden of the University of Cambridge discussed recent research into the relationship between the transmission of COVID-19 and indoor air quality. Professor Linden’s 15-minute talk addresses: Contemporary modelling of airborne transmission in epidemiology The ratio between number of occupants and infection Managing the likelihood of secondary infections The nature of seasonal variation in transmission How schools...

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Digital Edition

Asian Environmental Technology 26.3 - September 2022

September 2022

In This Edition Business News - New technology for water quality monitoring receives prestigious award - Water-i.d. invests EUR 3 million in new premises - QED Environmental Systems partner...

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