contract to develop a robust and comprehensive air quality database and website for Scotland.
Following extensive public and technical consultation on a pilot project, and much positive feedback, AEA
has been given the go-ahead by Scottish Executive to develop and launch these new national air quality
resources for Scotland.
They will feature wide-ranging information on current pollution levels throughout Scotland, together with
forecasts, background information and updates.
Robert Bell, Managing Director, AEA Energy & Environment said:
‘AEA has a world-class skills and expertise in air quality monitoring and web reporting, and we are delighted
to be substantially delivering this major project for the Scottish Executive through our growing Glengarnock
On behalf of the Scottish Executive, AEA will also be providing comprehensive quality assurance and
control services to a number of local authority monitoring programmes throughout Scotland; these will
ensure the integrity and accuracy of all the data reported on the Scottish website.
When it goes live in the first half of 2007, this site will complete the distinctive air quality information
resources that AEA provides for Scotland, the UK, Northern Ireland and Wales.