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The latest news is shown below from Air Quality in Scotland, with the most recent at the top.

This technical report has been produced on behalf of the Scottish Government as part of the Scottish Air Quality Database project.

The fourteenth edition of the Scottish Air Quality Database (SAQD) stakeholder newsletter has been published, on behalf of the Scottish Government, by Ricardo Energy & Environment.

The Cleaner Air for Scotland 2 Annual Progress Report for 2021-22 has been published and can be viewed on the LEZ page

It's Clean Air Day today, Thursday 16th June 2022. 

The thirteenth edition of the Scottish Air Quality Database (SAQD) stakeholder newsletter has been published, on behalf of the Scottish Government, by Ricardo Energy & Environment.

The Annual Scottish Air Quality Database and Website Annual Seminar took place online this year, on 3 separate dates: 16th, 23rd and 30th March 2022.

Please click on the link below to view a report on the current transboundary pollution episode and its impacts on Scottish air quality.

We would like to invite you to attend the Scottish Air Quality Annual Seminar 2022 run by Scottish Government as part of the Scottish Air Quality Database and Website project.

Scottish Government have published the Air Quality Scotland Brochure 2020 and it can also be downloaded from the Technical reports page.

Scottish Government Guidance Note in relation to the measurement of ambient Particulate Matter and the application of measured concentrations for the revocation of Air Quality Management Areas – Au

The aim of the study was to help identify the reason for a noticeable change in particulate matter (PM) concentrations; and also provide certainty in measured PM concentrations for authorities seek

Ricardo Energy & Environment have carried out detailed analysis on behalf of the Scottish Government to assess the impact the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown measures have had on air quality.

The twelfth edition of the Scottish Air Quality Database (SAQD) stakeholder newsletter has been published, on behalf of the Scottish Government, by Ricardo Energy & Environment.

A new version of the AQ Scotland (4.3.3) App has been release on both iOS and Android. The new version now provides the interactive diffusion tube site map and data as shown on the website.

The 2020 dataset is now fully ratified and available on the website.

A new version of the LAQM Technical Guidance has been updated and can be found on the

The Annual Scottish Air Quality Database and Website Annual Seminar took place online this year, on 3 separate dates: 10th, 17th and 24th March 2021.

Provided is the final agenda for the remaining SAQD Seminar Webinars on the 17th March and 24th March.

Guidance for Local Air Quality Management reporting in 2021 due to Covid-19 is available to download below.