Dr Saba Manzoor
Saba is a senior environmental scientist and air quality consultant. Her work consists of air quality monitoring, modelling and assessment, covering air pollutants that impact both the environment and human health. The projects she works on involve environmental impact assessments for major infrastructure, industrial and airport operations around the UK, Middle East and Africa. With her academic and technical knowledge and expertise, her role is pivotal in assisting businesses and communities to reduce the environmental impacts associated with burning fossil fuels for energy in the transport and industrial sector by providing sound professional advice to clients. She encourages industries to use best practice mitigation to reduce their impacts on the environment and human health. She was also part of a team of the UNDP in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia tasked with helping KSA to implement the SDGs.
Air Dispersion modelling study on a renown Industrial City
Assessing air quality impacts associated with the increased production from the emitting facility under study in relation to all other sources in operation in the industrial city.
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