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Clean Air Act 1993 - AQ01515

To advise the Secretary of State for Defra and the devolved administrations on the suitability of solid fuels and smokeless appliance for use in smoke control areas.

Why Defra fund?

Defra do not have in-house technical expertise to undertake technical assessments or carry out necessary tests on fuels and appliances which are submitted by manufacturers for authorisation for use in smoke control areas.

What Do we get out of it?

The advice and recommendations enables the Secretary of State and Ministers in the devolved administrations to fulfil their deities under the Clean Air Act 1993 to authorise fuels and appliances for use in smoke control areas.
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2001

To: 2004

Cost: £67,600
Contractor / Funded Organisations
Air quality monitoring              
Environmental monitoring              
Environmental Protection              
Fields of Study
Air Quality