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Upcoming Changes to Bioaerosols Monitoring in 2017


The Environment Agency has published a new Technical Guidance Note (M9) for the Environmental monitoring of bioaerosols at regulated facilities. This note was published in January 2017 and will soon replace the existing 2009 AfOR Standardised Protocol for monitoring ambient bioaerosols at compost facilities.

Key Changes:

The new guidance has only just been published and is not yet active. However, anyone who is affected by bioaerosol monitoring should be aware of the planned changes and be prepared for alterations pertaining to their monitoring requirements.

If you have any questions about bioaerosols monitoring, please contact our bioaerosols specialist Adam Newman on adam.newman@wrm-ltd.co.uk or call his direct line: 01943 667 038.

Read a case study of one of current bioaerosols clients here.



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