Saturday, November 26, 2022

Sponsored Content: zero carbon farms use sensing technology to optimise growing conditions underground

Zero Carbon Farms run a microgreens salad and herb growing operation in the most unusual of places, in former WWII air raid shelters in central London.

Heat-from-sewage first at Borders College

The UK’s first heat-from-sewage scheme was launched at Borders College in the Scottish Borders on 8 December. Backed by investment from Equitix and the...

Elsevier makes the latest climate change research freely available via Mendeley

Elsevier, the global information analytics business specializing in science and health, is making over 5,000 subscription articles on climate change freely available from across...

Plasma technology is more than hot air

Industrial pollution and odour control specialist Simdean Group is offering a new plasma-based hazardous waste destruction system that has been developed for the pharmaceutical,...
39a_0914

Re-design for energy recovery units

ATLAS Copco has announced a complete re-design of the stand-alone, retrofit energy recovery units for its GA compressors. The new ER range now offers...

Prevention: A profitable mindset when it comes to gas leaks

Gas leaks are a risk in many industries, and when they occur, they can be incredibly hazardous and costly. Preventing them and responding quickly...

“Ground-breaking” trial paves way for more transparency and traceability in the marine fuels supply...

The first pilot of BunkerTrace, a system that combines synthetic DNA tracers and blockchain to manage risk for marine fuels by creating a transparent...

Sponsored content: Transportable VOC emissions analyser submitted for QAL1 certification

By James Clements, Managing Director, Signal Group As a British developer and manufacturer of gas analysers, Signal Group follows the emergence of international Standards very...

£2m package is up in the air

A £2m package of air quality grants has been made by Defra to 36 local authorities in England which have demonstrated innovative measures to...

UK Government loses second court action in 18 months over failure to tackle air...

The High Court has ruled that the UK Government is not doing enough to tackle air pollution, the second ruling to that effect made...
The low power version was developed to ensure compatibility with existing instrument designs.

Sensor makes sense

AS higher costs force businesses to rethink their use of energy, one industry supplier has responded with a sensor that it says will reduce...
Azzuro CEO/President Bonno Koers (left) with ACWA Group Managing Director Gary Jackson

Eastern promise for emissions control partnership

A new partnership aims to provide advanced Biological Emission Control Systems to organisations in the Middle East. Odour control company Azzuro is joining forces...

Preparing for COP26

A discussion on the big priorities for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) and the main challenges

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...

Scottish solar experts to gather at Edinburgh conference in September

Scottish Renewables’ first Solar Conference will be held in association with the Scottish Institute for Solar Energy Research (SISER) in Edinburgh on September 6...

Sponsored content: Cleaner air thanks to carbon filtration

The UK Government’s Clean Air Strategy identifies a number of target compounds that need to be reduced dramatically within industrial air emissions.

Scotch whisky industry renews commitment to sustainability

A series of seemingly amibitious environmental targets was announced by the Scotch Whiskey Association (SWA), the principal trade body for the sector, on 21...

Nearly all firms will miss net zero goals without at least doubling rate of...

While more than one-third (34%) of the world’s largest companies say they are now committed to Net Zero1, nearly all (93%) will fail to...
protea-atmosFIR-range

Analysing complex gas mixtures

As a powerful approach for the measurement of complex gas mixtures, Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy has come a long way since the first commercial instruments appeared in the late 1950s. Since then, the technique has expanded its domain of usefulness considerably, as Envirotec finds out .
drax-powerplant-yorkshire

CCUS: An unlikely saviour?

For a country like the UK, which has committed to generating net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050, it appears that developing the technology of carbon capture and storage (CCS) will be "a necessity not an option," to quote the IMechE's Jenifer Baxter. Many others agree, and the UK has just announced a major funding commitment for the approach. But is it enough? Envirotec reports