The Awards recognise the work of individuals and organisations whose efforts have contributed to improving air quality.
The ‘Indoor Air Quality Initiative of the Year’ category was open to businesses or organisations who demonstrated a notable contribution towards improving indoor air quality in a specified environment through a product, initiative or dedicated campaign. Candidates had to demonstrate how the solution was implemented, whilst also providing clear details of how the scheme benefited indoor air quality.
Titon is a member of BEAMA, the leading trade association which represents manufacturers of electrical infrastructure products and systems in the built environment. They represent members in the relevant political, regulatory and standardisation issues at UK, EU & international levels.
The 2018 National Air Quality Awards take place following the National Air Quality Conference on 4th October at the Lords Cricket Ground, London.