Saturday, November 26, 2022
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New gas analyser rental website launched

Signal Group is very excited to have launched their all new rental website with full on-line booking facilities. Utilising the very latest web technology,...

Climate Week NYC to go ahead in September 2020

On 6 April, climate-action non-profit The Climate Group announced that Climate Week NYC will not be postponed and will take place as scheduled on...

Research on global surface ozone levels highlights regions most affected by air pollution

New research led by the Universities of Leicester and Edinburgh and twelve other institutions worldwide has analysed ozone levels across the globe
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Consultancies develop net zero 2030 routemap for UK water

Water industry experts from Ricardo and Mott MacDonald have collaborated to create what they describe as "a pioneering strategy that will guide the UK...

Interest remains high in odour reduction method for post-consumer plastic recycling

Last year Austrian plastic packaging and recycling specialist Starlinger introduced its technology for odour reduction in post-consumer plastic recycling, and since then it has...

Camera-based study reveals methane leaks far worse than expected in New Mexico region

The amount of methane leaking from a huge US oil- and gas-producing region is several times greater than federal government estimates, according to...

How serious are countries about decarbonising transport?

New “Transport NDC Tracker” monitors how transport appears in national decarbonisation commitments The new “Transport NDC Tracker” launched on 28 September by the International Transport...
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Group demonstrates concept for cheap, sensitive NO2 sensors based on graphene

Putative "wonder material" graphene is starting to show up in novel approaches to the design of air quality sensors, the latest being a demonstration concept announced by the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in December.

Academic collaboration boosts SME efforts to reach net zero

Twenty-two companies have so far collaborated with Lancaster University as part of the Low Carbon Eco-Innovatory (LCEI), a business support programme which aims to...

Water-resistant NO2 sensor uses graphene

A new laser-induced graphene sensor system is being presented as a solution for accurate, continuous monitoring of nitrogen dioxide and other gases in humid...

The value-add of tackling the Scope 3 emissions conundrum

Harriet Assem from technology and environmental planning advisory firm ITPEnergised offers a few thoughts on tackling one of the less well understood elements of...

A fresh crop of data

Record hot temperatures in the UK over the summer caused significant changes to the levels of harmful pollutants such as ozone and particulate matter, prompting a number of novel observations by the National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS).

England housing strategy could consume over 100% of the nation’s carbon budget

The UK government’s business as usual housing strategy could consume all of England’s cumulative carbon budget consistent with 1.5°C of heating by 2050, unless...
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Sponsored content: Portable VOC detector scores on carbon and employee hygiene

Thanks to a patented photoionisation detection (PID) system for volatile organic compounds (VOCs), UK based gas detection manufacturing expert ION Science is helping employers significantly reduce the daily exposure risks faced by occupational hygienists and technicians operating in the chemical or petrochemical industries.

New research method reveals significant reduction in carbon footprint of British pig farms

The carbon footprint of British pig farming has reduced by almost 40% over the last 20 years, according to a new study, using...

Firm gains accreditation for odour sampling

Specialist odour consultancy Silsoe Odours has been awarded UKAS accreditation for its odour sampling, giving its customers full confidence that sampling results will meet...

Stop perverse climate impact of biomass by radically reforming CO2 accounting rules, says advisory...

Several European countries who are considered leaders in climate protection owe their apparently good emission reductions to biomass. These might turn out to look...

Anthropogenic air pollution impacts health and climate in the Middle East

Desert dust was assumed to be the primary contributor to elevated air pollution across the Middle East. But now a research group seems to...

Secrets of a long partnership in gas detection (Sponsored content)

Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc. (CETCI) was founded by Frank and Shirley Britton in 1995. Since that time, the company has expanded considerably and...

Success for Multisensor Systems MS1200-SYS

Multisensor Systems Ltd has announced the successful deployment of the MS1200-SYS VOC and Hydrocarbon monitoring system in GAC Filter Monitoring applications. The MS1200-SYS has...