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EIG webinar
08 January 2021 | Education & Training

Extractive Industry Geology free webinar series continues on 20 January with live presentation by Daniel Quinn

Claus Hjoerringgaard
28 August 2019 | SHE

Claus Hjoerringgaard takes over from Dr Geoffrey Walton who moves over to become non-executive chairman

DustScan dust monitor
18 February 2019 | SHE

Oxfordshire-based dust and air-quality consultancy completes transition to employee ownership

Satnir Jandu
02 May 2018 | SHE

Senior consultant appointed to work on air-quality matters relating to UK and overseas asphalt plants

Phil Battye
12 November 2015 | SHE

Professor Geoffrey Walton to become chairman in 2016 with Phil Battye taking over as managing director

02 August 2012 | SHE

DustScan Ltd incorporate Alex Grant AirQ

01 January 2005 | SHE

Hugh Datson, an environmental geologist with Dustscan Ltd, has been awarded an Industrial Fellowship by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851

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09 April 2019 | Environment & Restoration

Dust prediction as a basis for planning dust suppression in quarries and large earthworks – an example from Mountsorrel Quarry

16 February 2018 | Environment & Restoration

Ayan Chakravartty and Daniel Quinn of DustScanAQ describe the steps they follow when assessing asphalt plant odours

John Bruce from Portsmouth University and Geoffrey Walton, managing director of DustScan Ltd, set out options for assessing the levels of dust and the likelihood of nuisance from dust coming from...

14 December 2009 | Environment & Restoration

New techniques in environmental dust monitoring and analysis

01 October 2007 | Environment & Restoration

New products for recording dust emissions from quarries

By Hugh Datson and Oliver Puddle, DustScan Ltd

03 October 2005 | Environment & Restoration

The first step in dust control and suppression

By Prof. Geoffrey Walton and Hugh Datson, DustScan Ltd

Low-cost directional dust monitoring around mineral workings