Dispersion Modelling

We are a market-leader in the provision of dispersion modelling assessment services.

Our specialist advice is provided through our national dispersion modelling centres of excellence to all organisations and sectors, providing extensive project experience and site-specific solutions.

Dispersion Modelling Services

REC maintains a full range of dispersion modelling software packages, including:

  • ADMS4
  • ADMSRoads
  • Breeze-Roads
  • Screen-View
  • DMRB

For further information please contact your local office or contact us online.

Who needs Dispersion Modelling?

Atmospheric emissions from all industrial facilities, as well as roads, quarries or any other pollutant source, can have a critical impact on local receptors, meaning accurate dispersion model predictions are vital in identifying potential issues at an early stage in the design process. Site specific considerations, such as building effects, local topography and prevailing meteorological conditions, can all be included within the dispersion model, allowing a detailed representation of the actual location to be produced.

Dispersion modelling techniques are recognised as a critical tool in the determination of potential pollutant concentrations, meaning they are required as part of Air Quality Assessments in support of Environmental Permit and planning applications. They can also be used in the design of suitable mitigation to limit potential air quality impacts and test various scenarios to identify associated benefits and constraints.

Your Local Dispersion Modelling Experts

Our in-depth understanding of the sector means we are able to carefully focus the scope and detail of any dispersion modelling assessment, utilising our full suite of software, and ensuring best practice and regulatory obligations are fulfilled.

Our extensive experience of working on a wide variety of projects has allowed us to develop our knowledge of complex source representation, advanced modelling options, treatment of difficult sites and results analysis. These skills can then be transferred for the benefit of our clients on all dispersion modelling or air quality assessment projects we are involved with.

For further information please contact your local office or contact us online.