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London introduces world’s toughest emission standard

Seemingly the world’s toughest emission standard, the £10 Toxicity Charge (T-Charge) to help tackle London’s air pollution and get older more polluting …

Magnetic device reduces car emissions by 70% and provides fuel cost savings of up to 15%, claims firm

London-headquartered technology firm Sustainable Flow has launched a magnetic car device that is claimed to reduce harmful carbon emissions by up to 70%, …

Liquid-phase hydrogen sulphide sensor speeds identification of odour causes

A new sensor from miniature sensors expert Unisense measures hydrogen sulphide (H2S) dissolved in wastewater. This enables utilities and consultants to find …

European air quality is improving slowly, says EEA report

Air quality in Europe is slowly improving, thanks to past and current policies and technological developments, according to the EEA’s Air quality in …

EU Finance Ministers declare carbon pricing key to low carbon economy

The European Union Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) has declared that carbon pricing is one of the policies and incentives needed to drive …

Geospatial and air quality data combine to provide tool for cyclists planning urban routes

A project combining Ordnance Survey (OS) geospatial data with real-time air quality data from EarthSense Systems is set to highlight clean cycle routes in …

Indoor air: A neglected issue?

While people are now aware of the problem of outdoor air quality, there are still many who believe they are safe once indoors - in an office, car or on public …

Two-stage system tackles sludge thickener odour issues in Poland

A case study article looking at the odour abatement solution developed for a sewage treatment works in Poland Poznan is Poland’s fourth largest city with a …

Real-time air quality monitoring to be used for low-emissions lorry trial

EarthSense Systems is equipping commercial delivery vehicles with air pollution sensors as part of a project to test the performance and emissions of …

Ozone-linked respiratory deaths have been vastly underestimated, reveals new study

New research links long-term exposure to ozone air pollution with one million premature deaths per year due to respiratory diseases, which is more than double …

Data firm calls for adoption of more modern measurement techniques following BBC greenhouse gas data exposé

Sustainability data company Ecometrica has called on countries and governments to adopt modern direct methods to measure climate-change emissions, following …

Scientists investigate link between air pollution and type 2 diabetes

An interdisciplinary team of scientists from EarthSense Systems, the University of Leicester and other institutions has played a pivotal role in research …

Battery aggregator secures funds to advance grid-balancing plans

Home battery firm Moixa has secured £2.5 million in new investment to help realise its goal of creating a virtual power plant aggregating the capacity of …

Report supports case for biogas as an HGV fuel

Study for British bioenergy company shows that biogas generated from food & beverage process residues offers a low-carbon commercial transport fuel for …

Engaging with the BREF process: White paper offers guidance on evolving emissions regulation

A new whitepaper published by Ricardo aims to provide step-by-step guidance for industry on how to secure positive outcomes from the development of Best …

Ongoing uncertainty around UK environmental protection, concludes first assessment of Brexit impact

On the anniversary of the EU referendum, Greener UK, a coalition of 13 environmental organisations, has published the first assessment under its ‘Brexit …

Transport technology firm calls for greater clarity about who is responsible for UK air quality issues

On the UK’s first National Clean Air Day (15 June), transport and mobility technology specialist TRL has issued a call for greater clarity about who is …

Report offers snapshot of the changing face of the UK electrical grid

Details oF the changing face of the UK’s electrical grid and the records being broken by renewables are provided by the latest quarterly Electrical Insights …

ADBA compares party manifestos

Following the launch of the Labour, Liberal Democrat and Conservative manifestos, the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) has commented on …

New service aims to bridge gap between traditional air quality assessment practice and ecological expertise

EPR, a planning-focused ecological survey and design consultancy, has launched a standalone Air Quality Assessment service that it says bridges the gap between …

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