Dr Enda Hayes

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  • Qualifications:PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons), MIEnvSc, MIAQM
  • Position:Professor - Air Quality & Carbon Management and Director of the Air Quality Management Resource Centre
  • Department:FET - Geography and Environmental Management
  • Telephone:+44 (0)117 32 83825
  • Email:Enda.Hayes@uwe.ac.uk
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About me

I have been working in the environmental field for over a decade with a primary focus on atmospheric emissions and their management including odour, bioaerosols, traditional air quality pollutants (e.g. particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide, ozone) and greenhouse gases.

I have worked with local, national and international government on a range of air quality and carbon management projects including Defra and the Devolved Administrations, the South African government, Irish Environmental Protection Agency, the European Environment Agency and the European Commission.

Area of expertise

Example of research projects include:

  • Technical Director of the Horizon 2020 funded ClariCity Project (www.claircity.eu)
  • Working with University College Dublin and the Irish Environmental Protection Agency on ammonia emissions from intensive agriculture and the impact on Natura 2000 sites (AmmoniaN2K Project).
  • A number of NERC funded projects investigating the generation, dispersion and management of bioaerosols​ from intensive agriculture and biowaste facilities.
  • UWE Project Manager providing support services to the European Commission on the Review of the Ambient Air Quality Directive and Thematic Strategy on Air Pollution
  • Providing independent review to the Welsh Government on air quality issues in the vicinity of Port Talbot steelworks
  • Local and regional scale emissions inventories and dispersion modelling
  • Support to the Environmental iNet including LCA Carbon Workshops for business product development in the sustainable construction, waste management, sustainable transport and renewable energy sectors.

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