Guide to air quality procurement and policy setting published

The latest Air Quality News Procurement Guide – helping authorities and major stakeholders understand the latest air pollution technology, infrastructure and initiatives – is available now. 

When it comes to tackling air pollution, understanding the latest technology and infrastructure is a significant part of the battle. Without a good grasp of the solutions available, from products to localised policy, it’s much harder to make effective and long-lasting progress. 

That’s why Air Quality News publishes its Procurement Guide twice-yearly, offering decision-makers across public and private sectors invaluable signposting to what the world’s leading air quality firms can offer, and what the most forward-thinking authorities are implementing. The idea being to keep everyone informed and on the same page. 

In the latest edition, you can find details on new equipment from leading suppliers including evotech and airscan. Vortex present a case study on an award-winning traffic congestion and pollution reduction scheme by the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, Earthsense talk us through their groundbreaking Zephyr air quality monitor and AQMesh explain the ten most significant developments in the tech sector. 

Elsewhere, Roadvent presents kit that can capture traffic pollution at source, meaning vehicle exhaust pipes, SUEZ discusses indoor air pollution, TSI argues the case for air quality monitoring informing urban planning, and Yunex explains how its products and services are helping clients in 24 countries and counting. Brands including Enjoy The Air (ETA), Healthy Air Technology, CDS, Alphasense, Horiba and Cambustion are also involved.

Elsewhere, Air Quality News‘ own journalists tackle the big issues effecting our sector, the public, and global air quality. These include long-form features on the UK’s rapidly stalling rollout of EV charge points (p.10), and the clear regional inequalities therein; how the cost-of-living crises might strangle efforts to improve the environment (p.18); an interview with England’s new Active Travel Commissioner, Chris Boardman MBE (p.24); and what a new government could mean for green policy (p.31). A debate made all the more relevant by the fact there has been yet another change in leadership since the article went to print. 

Dive into the full Air Quality News Procurement Guide below. 


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