This month, Air Environment has published a white paper, which aims to demonstrate the rigour required for meaningful air quality measurement.
As air quality consultants and environmental scientists, we must be trustworthy. Otherwise, our advice and our service holds no value. Not only that, but if we provide low value scientific advice, we also jeopardise every other consultant in our industry, by devaluing any advice that is affiliated with our field of expertise.
Our white paper outlines why air quality measurements must be trustworthy, and how we can take steps to keep them that way. The white paper also makes for a useful source of background information on what is involved in monitoring and measuring the air.
You can download the white paper here.