New institute to promote air quality

A new professional body for air quality management launched this month will promote professional expertise.

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The Institute of Air Quality Management will be made up of professionals in air quality and related subjects. At the launch of IAQM, Urban Minister Alun Michael welcomed the Institute’s goal of developing and supporting expertise in the field of air quality. “Professional expertise needs to become ever more sophisticated to help us tackle the difficult challenges ahead whilst pursuing our policy of delivering cleaner air,” said Michael.

The Institute’s committee will be made up of the leading players in air quality research and development, and will be chaired by its founder, Duncan Philips, Science Officer at the London Borough of Bromley. It aims to promote good working practices and more research into the science of air quality.

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