Past meeting: Air pollution and schools, Monday 3 December

APRIL meeting of the Health Group on air pollution and schools Monday 3 December, 14.00 – 16.00, City Hall, Committee Room 2   The meeting will start with an update from Annette Figueiredo (Greater London Authority) programme lead for the Mayor’s School and Nurseries  Air Quality Audit Programmes.   Professor Chris Griffiths (Barts Institute of …

Past meeting: Non-exhaust emissions, 10.00- 12.00, Tuesday 30th October

City Hall, Committee Room 3 This meeting focused on the hugely important topic of non- exhaust emissions. The meeting will started with an update from Adam Moody (Transport for London) on current TfL understanding and approach to modelling non- exhaust. This was then followed by presentations from: APRIL 30-10-18 TfL Professor Roy Harrison (University of Birmingham) spoke on …

Past meeting: Transport Group, 15:00 – 17:00, Wednesday 4th July

City Hall, Committee Room 5 As requested at the last meeting of the Transport Group this session  focused on Electric Vehicles (EVs) and EV infrastructure. The meeting started with an update from Oliver Lord (Deputy Air Quality Manager, GLA) on current GLA thinking and policy around EV charging followed by:   Sujith Kollamthodi (Ricardo Energy …

Past meeting on low-cost sensors: Tuesday 17th April, 09:30- 16:00, National Physical Laboratory

Teddington, London TW11 0LW In the last few years there has been a rapid growth in the development and availability of low-cost sensors for measuring pollutant concentrations. The purpose of this meeting is to review the range and performance, current and future applications, and appropriate uses of such equipment. In addition to the main speakers …

Past meeting: Transport Group- Friday 16th March, 14.00, City Hall (CR3)

Mark Peckham from Cambustion presented some recent data recorded using their fast response emissions analyzers from on-board a variety of vehicles.  The data from TfL’s “West London” route shows the impact of urban driving and the accurate position of pollution “hot spots” caused by speed bumps, harsh accelerations, engine warm-up and general sub-optimal engine operation.  …