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Air Quality Consultants

Contact Penny Wilson
(Associate Director)
23 Coldharbour Road, Bristol, BS6 7JT, United Kingdom
Tel: 0117 974 1086
Company Background

Air Quality Consultants provides independent expert advice and assessments. Established in 1993, it has a strong and proven track record providing services to private and public sector clients, both within the UK and internationally. The Company has been closely involved in the development of air quality management in the UK and Europe for over 20 years. It has also advised Government departments in South Africa and Australia. Air quality, odour, dust and greenhouse gas emissions / climate change assessments are completed for several hundred projects each year. They range from small residential schemes in Air Quality Management Areas, to major mixed-use schemes, as well as for major infrastructure schemes including new roads, industrial installations and airports.

UK branch offices


UK group staff 29
UK environmental consulting staff 26
Work Area Details
  • Air quality

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