AQE 2018 registrations up by 21 per cent

The organisers of AQE 2018, the Air Quality & Emissions event, have reported a 21 per cent increase in registrations compared with the last AQE in May 2017.

“This is no surprise,” commented exhibitions manager David Hellyer. “Air quality has never been higher in the political agenda, and monitoring underpins all of the air quality improvement measures that are either underway or planned. Similarly, one of the AQE conferences will focus on the Medium Combustion Plant Directive, which will affect thousands of organisations, so in addition to more registrations from local authorities, we are also reserving places for a wide variety of industries and utilities.

“Additionally, AQE 2018 is benefitting from synergy with its co-located sister event WWEM 2018, for which registrations are also up – by 18 per cent,” Hellyer added. The WWEM events also focus on testing and monitoring, but address water, wastewater and environmental monitoring.

AQE 2018 will take place at the Telford International Centre (UK) on 21st and 22nd November. By registering in advance visitors benefit from free entry to the exhibition and workshops; free parking, lunch and refreshments, and free entry to WWEM 2018.

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