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AQE Win for Air Monitors
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AQE Win for Air Monitors

AQE Win for Air Monitors
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AQE Win for Air Monitors


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Air Monitors Ltd has received a £1,000 cheque at AQE 2013 (the Air Quality and Emissions Show) for attracting the highest number of visitor registrations to this year’s event at the Telford International Centre.

Following the presentation, exhibition organizer Marcus Pattison said: “AQE 2013 was a phenomenal success, attracting three times the number of visitors than the previous event in 2011, so we are extremely grateful to all of the speakers, exhibitors, attendees and organizational staff that helped make this event such a success.

“Air Monitors made a tremendous contribution to the advance publicity, so I am naturally delighted to present this cheque in recognition of their outstanding efforts.”

Accepting the cheque on behalf of Air Monitors, Jim Mills said: “We were naturally delighted to win the competition, but for us, the greatest reward was the success of the event - our workshops were full to bursting and our stand was extremely busy throughout.

“We launched two new technologies at AQE 2013, both of which generated enormous interest. The new ambient air monitoring system, AQMesh, looks set to revolutionize the way air quality is monitored, and the FIDAS particulates monitor will provide much greater insight into the pollutant that is responsible for the most premature deaths.”

Plans are already under way for the next AQE, which will take place 22-23rd April 2015.

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