Scottish Air Quality Public Workshop
Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) are hosting a Scottish Air Quality Public Workshop with Ruth McNeil, Project Manager.
The SEPA Scottish Air Quality Database Development project team is seeking views from members of the public who are passionate about Scotland's air quality.
The project team is developing a Public Interactive Tool which will be available on the Scottish Government's Air Quality In Scotland website, to help members of the public to visualise data gathered from air quality monitoring stations, from the Met Office and from other data sources.
The project team is keen to involve potential users (members of the public) in the requirements gathering process so that the Public Interactive Tool is developed to enhance available air quality information in a user friendly way.
A free light lunch will be provided for registered attendees at the workshop.
The event is free to attend, however places are limited. You can find out more and book a place here.