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AWE reports to the environmental monitoring sector

Our quality unbiased articles and connections to the sector’s biggest environmental monitoring shows provide numerous opportunities for you to increase brand recognition. Our magazine is read avidly from cover to cover by our target market because we provide the necessary up to date information on the latest and best products for process emissions control, monitoring, analysing and testing across Europe and the Middle East.


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Trusted authors

Whereas other magazines rely solely on editorial from manufacturers to fill their pages, AWE carries several in-depth articles in each issue. Our authors are respected consultants, organisations and notified bodies from around the world – NPL, STA, TUV, DIN, EurEau – responsible for legislation, certification, procuring and using products.



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AWE is audited by the ABC, which means you get exactly what you pay for

Many magazines are not ABC audited, meaning their readership is unverified. We prove that our circulation is genuine and that your adverts are reaching thousands, not wasting thousands. The ABC has a set of reporting standards that have to be met on regular inspections.

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Subject overview

We cover a wide range of topics, so you can cover a wide range of markets

Within the remit of air, water and soil analysis, AWE’s expert authors write on everything from the use of drones for air monitoring, to land remediation at the London Olympic Park. Our diverse range of topics allows you to advertise your products or services to our audience without limiting yourself to one specific topic. Below are a few subjects that often appear in AWE magazine:

  • Air quality
  • Gas detection
  • Humidity and temperature
  • Noise monitoring
  • Spectroscopy
  • Wastewater
  • Lab testing
  • Water analysis
  • Chromatography
  • Emissions
  • Soil testing
  • Gas analysis
  • Leak detection





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