About DustScan

DustScanAQ is the new trading name for DustScan Ltd; we have recently rebranded to reflect our growing air quality consultancy expertise and involvement in air quality matters. DustScan Ltd was established in 2004 as a spin-off company from Leeds University. The firm is based in Oxfordshire, UK.

Carbon Assessment and Management

DustScan AQ has experience of working on range of Carbon and Greenhouse Gas Assessments. The firm can help organisations reduce their environmental footprints by helping them to understand carbon management and low carbon sustainable business growth and to companies with their mandatory annual Greenhouse Gas Reporting requirements. DustScan specialists follow the appropriate British Standards (e.g. PAS2050, PAS 2070 and PAS 2080) for the UK based projects or international lenders (e.g. World Bank and EBRD) guidance of Carbon and Greenhouse Gas Assessment.

Greenhouse Gas Assessments and Carbon Footprint Advice are provided across a range of sectors including power, energy, construction, transport and infrastructure, and commercial businesses. These services include:

  • Expert advice on evolving legislation and compliance requirements
  • Environmental data management
  • Verification and reporting
  • Bespoke emission estimation tool development
  • Carbon footprint advice and analysis;
  • Building services and energy efficiency;
  • Annual carbon footprint assessment; and
  • Greenhouse Gas assessments for new developments/proposals.

DustSanAQ would be pleased to hear from you if you would like to discuss your requirements and how we can help you with for your project, please contact us on 01608 810110 or email .

Equipment

DustScanAQ provide low cost dust monitoring solutions. We supply directional and depositional sticky pad dust gauges, gravimetric filter-reference PM10 and PM2.5 samplers and also specify and install real-time air quality and meteorological monitoring equipment. Our dust monitoring equipment has many applications; from compliance requirements to detailed assessments of particulate movements arising from industrial, commercial, construction or other activities. Dust monitoring also provides us with samples used for forensic analysis of potential and actual contamination.