PM10 Particulate Monitoring News

  • Three young chemists win the global competition for the Metrohm Young Chemist Award

    The Metrohm jubilee year 2018 culminates with a highlight: The three winners of the global competition for the Metrohm Young Chemist Award have been nominated and invited to visit Metrohm International Headquarters in Switzerland. Metrohm has always valued the spirit of innovation and believes in the value of novel research performed by young scientists. Throughout ...


    By Metrohm AG

  • TSI Environmental DustTrak monitors gain MCERTS approval

    Ashtead Technology has announced that the TSI Environmental DustTrak Aerosol Monitors in its fleet of particulate matter (PM) monitors have achieved MCERTS approval. "As evidence of the health effects associated with PM10 and PM2.5 exposure continues to mount, this certification provides assurance that monitoring data is accurate and reliable,” says Ashtead’s Josh Thomas. "An MCERTS ...


    By Ashtead Technology Ltd

  • New Biomass and air quality guidance for Scottish local authorities

    Environmental Protection UK Scotland is pleased to announce the publication of 'Biomass and Air Quality Guidance for Scottish Local Authorities. The document is based upon the guidance issued for England and Wales last year, but has been significantly amended and updated for application in Scotland. The guidance provides background material on the issues involved, and details procedures for ...


    By Environmental Protection UK

  • ET brings real-time particulate data module to market

    Air quality monitoring specialists can now access real-time particulate data via a simple bolt-on accessory for the BAM-1020, available from Enviro Technology. The BX-895 Real Time Module created by Met One Instruments complements standard hourly readings with one, five, ten, 15 or 30 minute averages. This functionality is useful when correlating changing wind conditions to particulate events or ...

  • Urban trees could improve air quality, according to EU study

    Planting trees in urban areas could cut particulate pollution in cities by as much as a quarter, according to a new study. Small air particles, especially those less than 10μm in diameter (PM10) pose a long-term threat to human health. These can originate from human activities, including exhaust fumes or smoke, or from natural causes, such as dust. The study shows that trees are particularly ...

  • Casella ETi Appointed by Digitel as UK & Ireland Distributor

    Casella ETi (UK) has been appointed by DIGITEL-Swiss air pollution measurement experts, as their United Kingdom and Ireland distributor. Digitel, the Swiss specialist for automatic aerosol, gas and wet-only samplers, has been manufacturing for over 35 years and specialises in High Volume Samplers such as the DHA-80, a fully gravimetric system to sample dust and aerosol particles for later ...


    By Casella

  • Enviro Technology to Install BAM1020 Particulate Analysers on DEFRA AURN Network

    The UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has decided to install the BAM1020 PM10 monitors from Enviro Technology Services (ET) within its AURN (Automatic Urban and Rural Network) air quality network. The first two stations to receive the BAM1020 will be Wrexham and Inverness. Enviro Technology is currently in discussions with the Network Managers, Bureau Veritas, regarding ...

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