UK research projects at AQMRC
The Air Quality Management Resource Centre (AQMRC) UK projects cover a broad range of research areas and applications relating to air quality and carbon management. The AQMRC has been involved in the development and subsequent revision of UK Local Air Quality Management Guidance as well as national (non-statutory) guidance on Air Quality Action Planning, Air Quality Management Area designation and Air Quality Assessments for Development Control.
UK research projects
Review the progress and achievements of the scheme to date, obtain a critique of the scheme from the scheme members (fleet operators) and various other stakeholders, and to provide recommendations for the future development of the scheme.
AQMRC was commissioned to develop a toolkit that will allow scheme members and ECO Stars managers to determine the quantitative and qualitative benefits of the scheme.
A review of the international evidence and policy experiences on household heating controls for the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (DBEIS), UK Government.
An independent review of monitoring measures undertaken in Neath Port Talbot in respect of particulate matter (PM10)
A review of all air quality documents relating to air quality in Port Talbot and an analysis of all available air quality and meteorological data for Port Talbot.
An economic analysis of the cost effectiveness of local authority activities to reduce exposure to air pollution from road traffic
Economic research designed to help UK local authorities develop action plans on air quality, as well as supporting local authority staff working in the public health, transport and planning sectors.
Air Quality Management Resource Centre (AQMRC)
The AQMRC is widely recognised by air quality and carbon management practitioners, nationally and internationally as a leading provider of information, advice, research and consultancy.
Research centres and groups
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