Entries are now being invited for the inaugural National Air Quality Awards with the winners to be announced at a ceremony in Bristol this autumn.
Supported by the Institute of Air Quality Management and with the British Lung Foundation as charity partner, the Awards will be presented at a dinner on the evening of 22 October 2015 at the Grand Hotel, Bristol.
Submissions are invited for six categories which cover a range of sectors from local authorities through to industry, individuals and technology. The categories are:
Steve Eminton, editor of AirQualityNews said, â€œWe are delighted to launch the National Air Quality Awards. The UK still has many challenges on the air quality side but we believe that the achievements and hard work of those in the air quality sector should be recognised.
â€œWe are also pleased to be holding this event with the support of the IAQM and it will be on the evening of the first day of its Routes to Clean Air conference in Bristol.â€
A panel of judges is currently being appointed to ensure there is a range of expertise to assess the entries.
Entry to the NAQ Awards is free. Entries should be for the period, or a timescale within, January 2014-July 2015. Entrants should submit a 500-750 word summary of their entry along with supporting material, references and images as appropriate. The awards are for activities and individuals within the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The closing date for entries is October 2 2015.
If you would like further details about how to enter the Awards, CLICK HERE.