Wiser expands air dispersion modelling capabilities

Wiser Environment is expanding its air dispersion modelling capabilities, bringing the service in-house.

Combining the company’s in-house expertise and the world leading industrial air pollution modelling software, ADMS (Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling System) 5, Wiser Environment will be able to deliver more timely air quality assessments for its clients which include waste management companies and agricultural developers.

Consultant, Graeme Outridge who will be overseeing the air dispersion modelling services says: “Wiser has long provided air dispersion modelling services but these have been largely outsourced. We are very pleased to announce that we will be bringing these services in-house, giving us greater control over the service provision and an ability to respond more quickly to client requirements.”

Wiser Environment’s air dispersion modelling services include assessment of single or multiple point source emissions, stack height determination for planning or environmental permitting and environmentally impact assessments for sensitive receptors. Find out more.

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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.