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

The 2007 project report has now been finalised, providing details of:
  • Website and Database development
  • Annual seminar and newsletter
  • Data availability for 2007
  • QA/QC
The 2007 Air Pollution in Scotland brochure has been published. Please view report from here.
You can now register here to receive daily or hourly e-mail updates of the latest air quality measurements across Scotland. Click here.

New Practical Guidance on the use of Diffusion Tubes for Ambient NO2 Monitoring has now been released.

Latest ratified figures show that over the last ten years concentrations of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and PM10 particulate matter in Scotland appear to have decreased significant

Latest figures show that over the last ten years concentrations of nitrogen dioxide and PM10 particulate matter in Scotland appear to have decreased significantly.

A pilot study mapping exercise has been carried out to see if more accurate estimates of background pollutant concentrations across Scotland can be obtained.

The final seminar for the Scottish Air Quality Database and Web Site Pilot Study was held in Stirling on Wednesday October 11th 2006.

The pilot study web site Air Quality in Scotland has now been released for consultation. Comments are invited on this new resource.
On behalf of the Scottish Government, AEA Energy & Environment has contacted all the Scottish local authorities to obtain information on what
A draft mapping study of air quality across Scotland has now been published. The study is in two phases:

An introductory seminar for the Scottish Air Quality Database and Web Site Pilot Study was held in Edinburgh on Thursday March 30th 2006. on 18/05/2006.