The whys and wherefores of air dispersion modelling

Have you ever tried to understand or explain the need for air dispersion modelling?

Wiser Environment has written a short guide looking at the whys and wherefores of air dispersion modelling (ADM). ‘Five things you need to know about ADM’ looks at who needs air dispersion modelling and when they might need it, what it involves and who can carry it out as well as what happens if you fail to carry it out.

Graeme Outridge, Wiser’s ADM specialist explains: “Many different types of businesses are required to identify and monitor air and odour emissions but air dispersion modelling itself isn’t an everyday activity so it’s unsurprisingly not something that’s well understood. We have produced this document for those who might require ADM and who need to understand, or explain, the basics without being baffled by technical jargon.”

Read or download ‘Five things you need to know about ADM’ for free here.

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Accreditations

Fernbrook Bio achieves recertification to PAS110 & Biofertiliser Certification Scheme

Congratulations to Fernbrook Bio for achieving recertification to PAS110 and Biofertiliser Certification Scheme!

Despite all the recent external pressures, Fernbrook Bio has successfully maintained a high-quality standard throughout. This fantastic achievement demonstrates how successful our 14-year strong collaborative partnership has been. We look forward to tackling the next challenge together.

End of halogen light bulbs

From this September, the UK Government is set to ban the sale of halogen light bulbs – with fluorescent light bulbs to follow suit.

We offer a complete collection and recycling service – so, get in touch if you have any unwanted lights, light fittings or bulbs.

The EA has updated its odour management plan guidance

The EA has updated its odour management plan guidance. Overall, the guidance outlines how operators must control and monitor emissions from their activities that may cause pollution.

Changes include clarifications regarding when the EA will want an odour management plan. They may request one during pre-application, determination, variation or at any point during the lifetime of your permit.

Also, Materials recycling and handle odorous inputs or reject streams and Intensive Farming have been added to the list of Activities that require an odour management plan.