Saturday, August 20, 2022

“Pollution Pavilion” revealing invisible air pollution arrives in Covent Garden

• Four out of five Britons are worried that UK air pollution limits don't match WHO guidelines. • Nearly every area of...

Cooking’s PM persistence

Researchers at the University of Birmingham say they have demonstrated how cooking emissions are able to survive in the atmosphere over several days, rather than being broken up and dispersed

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Offering a new level of enhanced, reliable protection against VOCs with the first 11.7 Cub personal solution from ION Science In a 2018 report...

Less air pollution leads to higher crop yields, says study

Usually, increasing agricultural productivity depends on adding something, such as fertilizer or water. A new Stanford University-led study seems to reveal that removing one...
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Tracking pollution hot spots with continuous measurement

SITUATED in the south west of Wales, in a largely rural area bordering the Brecon Beacons, Carmarthenshire’s air quality is predominantly good. However, there...

“Perfect timing” for Air Quality and Emissions event

AQE 2017 will take place in Telford (UK) on 24 and 25 May at a time when the health effects of air pollution are...

PM sensor for portable devices now available

The firm behind the odour sensor on the CAT S61 smartphone has now made available a particulate matter sensor for portable applications

Ordnance Survey involved in project to reduce traffic jams and air pollution

A partnership between Ordnance Survey, the Department for Transport, the British Parking Association, and GeoPlace, could dramatically reduce traffic congestion on UK roads by...

WHO backs industry stance on airborne threat

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has acknowledged the threat posed by airborne transmission of the coronavirus - a press release from the Building Engineering...

Real-time collection of particle data

German instruments firm GRIMM has released the EDM265, which provides real-time monitoring of particle number and particle size in addition to information on particle surface distribution and dust mass distribution

Study shows substantial difference in radon levels between Canada and Sweden

There appear to be significant differences between Sweden and Canada in relation to radon levels in houses built in 1980 and later, according to...