28 Apr

CIEH Air Quality Conference

Half-day conference

CIEH member: £70
Affiliate member: £170
Non-member: £170
CIEH Student member: FOC

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Attend our Air Quality Conference to hear about the key and most pressing issues in the private sector today. We will explore the issues surrounding both outdoor and indoor air quality, targets in the Environmental Act and legislative updates, and a focus on the issues with poor indoor air quality as a result of damp and mould.

Air Quality conference topics

The following subjects will be explored in more detail at the conference:

  • Air Quality Targets in the Environment Act

  • ULEZ Expansion 2023 – what has changed since the scrappage scheme? Presented by Shirley Rodrigues, Deputy Mayor of Environment and Energy, Greater London Authority

  • Panel discussion on poor air quality and the link to health issues

  • Action on reducing indoor air pollution while achieving net zero carbon

  • Improvement of air quality in key areas – case study

  • Tackling the unregulated growth of dark stores

Why should you attend?

  • To hear the latest updates on all aspects relating to air quality

  • Listen to the high-level keynote speakers discussing their latest policies

  • Learn from the latest work and case studies in monitoring and driving positive air quality


CPD: 3 Hours 45 Minutes

Dr Chunli CAO

Dr Chunli CAO CEng FCIBSE MIMechE, Managing Director at Healthy Air Technology. Chunli has an extensive background in building-engineering and air quality science. She worked for the Building Services Research and Information Association (BSRIA) between 2007-2009 as head of the Computer Modelling Group, and went on to work at the Building Research Establishment (BRE) as a principal consultant. A chartered engineer and registered energy assessor (to level 5), Chunli contributed to writing the ‘Practical Guide to building Thermal Modelling’. With her PHD in aerodynamics and background in building design she went on to co-found Healthy Air Technology, a specialist air purification company aiming to improve indoor air quality globally.

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