Air Quality Management Areas (AQMA) & Biomass (Developmental Control)
The aim of the training event is to provide professionals/technical officers with an insight into Air Quality Assessment Tools (specifically Biomass) used to inform Developmental Controls currently in use within a local authority scenario.In addition there will be a short presentation on a practical example of establishing and tackling an identified Air Quality Management Area.
The REHIS Annual Conference is the principal Environmental Health event to take place in Scotland. It provides an opportunity to reflect on current and future approaches to protecting and improving the health of the Scottish people and to renew friendships and make new ones. This year’s Conference is being held in Renfrew and I look forward to welcoming you.
Bernard Forteath, President
See attached flyer for more information.
The Institute calls for an increase in food sampling and tests to ensure the protection of the food chain and consumer protection in Scotland.
See attached press release for more information.
The Winter 2012 edition of Environmental Health Scotland, the REHIS Journal, can be accessed in the Members area.
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