By R.E. HESTER, R HARRISON
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Box 6 Network design: what are my resources? E Money (capital and ongoing) E Skilled manpower E Time Box 7 Costs of air monitoring E Capital purchase of analysers, ancillary equipment and site infrastructure E Equipment service, maintenance and repair E Staff and subcontractor costs—operational and management E QA/QC—audits, intercalibrations, training, data management, etc. E Running costs—site rental, electricity, consumables, spare parts, calibration gases, telephone, etc. A very common problem, which we have seen manifested all over the world, is the purchase of expensive air pollution measurement equipment without regard to its long-term operational or financial sustainability.
SEIPH, Air Quality in London 1995, third report of the London Air Quality Network, South East Institute of Public Health, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, 1996. M. Chell and D. Hutchinson, London Energy Study, London Research Centre, London, 1993. 1 job:LAY01 28-7-1998 page:2 colour:1 black–text D. R. Middleton highway engineers, as well as with managers of local industry and the Environment Agency inspectors, in order to assemble the emissions databases upon which the modelling of air quality for reviews and assessments will rely.
Typically, the ratification process involves a quality circle of field operational, calibration laboratory, instrumentation and data management personnel. Data ratification is not a mechanistic process, and does not readily lend itself to automation. Although software-based expert systems may be able to assist in future, there is no reliable substitute at present for the use of human judgement. Ratification is a high-skill exercise involving considerable knowledge of pollutant behaviour and dispersion, instrument characteristics, field experience and judgement (Box 17).
AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT by R.E. HESTER, R HARRISON