The UK offshores emissions through used vehicle exports, says study

Published on 20 February in Nature Climate Change, the study appeared to find that exported used vehicles generate at least 13-53% more emissions per...

Electric sweeper barrows introduced in Wood Green

Haringey Council and Veolia are introducing three new electric sweeper barrows as well as an electric caged tipper vehicle to the streets of Wood...

Comment: Electrifying offshore wind – a vital step towards net zero

Leo Hambro explains why he believes the electrification of small vessel fleets to be key to decarbonising the offshore wind sector. According to insight...

Seagrass planting robot to reinstate vanishing ocean meadows and tackle climate change

A team of young engineers is launching a £100,000 project to build a robot that will plant seagrass to help fight climate change, thanks...

European pumps trade association announces first two keynote speakers for 2024 Annual Meeting

Europump (the European Pump Association) is staging its 2024 Annual Meeting in the UK. Hosted by the British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) and sponsored...

£8m project aims to deliver first retrofit E-CTV with offshore and onshore charging

A seemingly groundbreaking project aims to deliver the world’s first retrofit electric crew transfer vessel (E-CTV) - retrofitting a diesel CTV to be fully...

3D-printed concrete yields carbon savings

Sustainable building materials and construction solutions business Tarmac has teamed up with Finnish technology company Hyperion Robotics to bring structural 3d-printed concrete to the...

Electromechanical innovators celebrated at the 2023 AEMT Awards

The Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) returned to Coventry on 23 October for its Annual Awards Ceremony. With a record number of...

Eco-friendly jetting backs super-thin tank technology at new hospital car park

Sustainable drain cleaning technology deployed by Lanes Group plc has supported the installation of a ground-breaking ‘super-thin' source control stormwater attenuation system that has...

Lambeth Pier connection paves way for greener River Thames

Electric boats along the River Thames will soon be able to plug in to charge and reduce emissions thanks to a partnership between...

Tank decommissioning success

This article contains paid for content produced in collaboration with Merkland Tank. Merkland Tank continues to invest in its modern fleet, with ongoing increments in...

Submersible pumps underpin revamp at water reclamation facility

A water reclamation facility in Georgia has been the focus of an ambitious upgrade, providing an opportunity to deploy the latest technology. Bryan Orchard...

How to eliminate the risk and mess of polymer spills

Polymers play a key role at municipal/industrial water and wastewater treatment plants, but also bring the risk of major disruption and extra expense if...

Ultra high pressure jetting a concrete removal ‘gamechanger’

A specialist team from drainage and wastewater specialist Lanes Group plc has prevented the need to partially demolish three houses by using a water...

New tanker to ease South West septic tank woes

In a nod to the septic-tank-emptying problems being encountered by many in Cornwall and Devon, waste management company CSG is announcing its investment in...

How does a membrane pump work?

The efficiency and versatility of membrane pumps have made them indispensable in numerous industries. But how do they work? Pumps manufacturer KNF explains. High-performance membrane...

AUMA Goes Green with Commitment to Net Zero

Sponsored content: Investment in a range of renewable energy technologies by an electrical actuator supplier based near Bristol is reaping returns through reduced energy costs...

Megawatt charging could outshine hydrogen in semis, says report

By Shazan Siddiqi What is the Megawatt Charging System (MCS)? A new high-power charging solution is required to meet the market need of the truck and...

Time-saving construction and coordination on Tideway’s Carnwath Road shaft

BIM expert Tekla has described how its software and 3D modelling environment have helped coordinate the various activities involved in the construction of Tideway’s...

Floating solar farm is a solution to Hong Kong land challenges

The Government of the Hong Kong SAR is introducing an innovative floating solar farm to overcome limited land resources as it pursues its plan...