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Awards and Conference in one event on 10th November

This year’s National Air Quality Awards ceremony is to be held on the same day as the National Air Quality Conference to provide a more informative and exciting day for those attending the events.

2015 awards

The 2015 Awards were held in Bristol, pictured are Shawcity’s Neil O’Regan (l) who presented the Innovation in Technology award to Emissions Analytics’ Stephen Hayton (centre) and (r) Steve Eminton, editor of AirQualityNews

And, entries are now being invited for the Awards which will be held on the afternoon of 10 November at London’s Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre in Westminster.

The aim of the day, said Steve Eminton, editor of AirQualityNews, is to “learn, share and celebrate” successes from policy developments to equipment developments in the face of ongoing air quality challenges.

Five categories of Awards are available for entry:

  • Local Authority & Public Sector Air Quality Initiative of the Year
  • The Innovation in Air Quality Technology Award
  • Car Manufacturer Air Quality Progress Award Sponsored by Calor
  • Passenger Transport Air Quality Award
  • Air Quality Champion Award

Full details of each category are available at Awards Categories and, where appropriate, an entry could be submitted into two categories.

To enter, please CLICK HERE and complete the online form. For further information,  call 020 7633 4515. A panel of judges will assess the entries which should be submitted by 3 October 2016.

QE2 centre

The Queen Elizabeth II conference centre in Westminster is the conference and awards venue

Conference

The conference will be held at the same venue and runs from 9.45 with the first set of presentations looking at government policy, health issues and the court action involving air quality targets.

These presentations will be followed by sessions covering some of the specifics of air pollution and developments in the vehicle sector.

Speakers include Alan Andrews of ClientEarth, Sani Dimitroupoulou from Public Health England, Mark Broomfield of Ricardo AEA and Adrian Felton of Volvo who will be examining whether progress is being made in terms of new technology for air quality improvements.

To register for the conference and awards, please visit: Conference and Awards tickets. The event tickets are £225 with a local authority and charity rate of £175.

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