Daniel is the programme manager within the Centre of Low Emission Construction (CLEC) at the Environmental Research Group, Imperial College London.
CLEC aims to raise awareness of the impact of dust and emissions on local air quality and health across the construction industry. Research areas include 'real world' emission and personal exposure measurements using construction sites as 'living labs'. CLEC also promotes the uptake of ‘best in class’ mitigation measures and emerging technologies. Further information can be found at http://www.clec.uk
Daniel is a member of the Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) and the Institution of Environmental Sciences (IES) and sits on working groups with the Greater London Authority (GLA) and IAQM producing guidance for the construction and demolition industry, local authority planners, air quality officers and environmental consultants.
Key Research Interests:
Construction dust monitoring and assessment
Emission measurement from non-road mobile machinery (NRMM) using PEMS
Testing the efficacy of emission abatement techniques
High Speed 2 - Emissions from Non-Road Mobile Machinery
Route to Zero - carbon emission reductions
SBRI - CAGE project (Clean Air Gas Engine)
Development of a UK Hydrogen strategy for construction