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April event in Berlin to discuss EV charging infrastructure conundrum

Franco Gonzalez, Principal Analyst at IDTechEx discusses some of the themes to be dealt with at the firm's forthcoming event …

Tracked excavator helps recycling firm keep on top of inert material

In its third year of operation, Recycle Southern’s Elbridge Farm Recycling Centre, has been getting busier and busier. And helping to keep operations flowing …

World’s first hydrogen dual fuel road sweeper delivered to Aberdeen City Council

What seem to be the first hydrogen dual fuel road sweepers will soon be appearing on the streets of Aberdeen …

Could Autonomous Electric Vehicles help close the decarbonisation ‘transition’ gap?

PwC’s latest LCEI analysis appears to reveal the potential for A-EVs to bridge around one third of the gap between current decarbonisation rates and the rate …

Firms team up to offer high mobility separation equipment

Separation technologies firm Eriez Europe has teamed up with Northern Ireland-based equipment manufacturer Ecohog to address a perceived demand for more …

Waste management firm joins DVSA earned recognition pilot scheme

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) launched its earned recognition pilot scheme on 31 January with Luton-based waste and resource recycling firm …

Wheel loader helps drive Swiss recycling plant

TIB Recycla SA (TIB) has selected a new Hitachi ZW310-6 wheel loader to be its main workhorse at the company’s new recycling centre in the district of …

France takes the lead in electric vehicle infrastructure provision, says new countries index

France appears to come out on top for electric vehicle infrastructure …

Report calls for charge infrastructure strategy to accelerate shift to electric vehicles

Trade organisation says a rapid shift to electric vehicles is possible in the UK but a clear Government strategy on charging roll-out is needed The Renewable …

Vehicle safety systems with HD recording to be on show at RWM

An increasing number of companies in the recycling and waste management sector are investing in mobile safety systems to protect the public and their staff, …

The myth of EV charging station proliferation

An opinion piece from the market intelligence firm IDTechX, organisers of the Energy Independent Electric Vehicles conference (27-28 September, Delft, the …

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 …

New guide aims to demystify EV fleet management

A new guide to help businesses electrify their commercial fleets, has been launched by electricity distributor UK Power Networks at the LoCITY roadshow. The …

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 …

Waste systems and recycling plant specialist to hold recycling open days in Solihull in July

Blue Group is to hold waste recycling open days at Armac Demolition in Solihull on 12 and 13 July. The two day programme is broken down into three separate …

New solution for hardening soft ground launched by ALLU at Shanghai summit

The 7th China International Piling and Deep Foundations Summit was held 24-26 April in Shanghai. Processing technology firm ALLU unveiled a new addition to its …

£1 million grant for project to develop dynamic road charging based on vehicle emissions

Connected-vehicle developer Tantalum and Imperial College London have begun work to develop a real-time NOx emissions estimation capability, which would give …

Lifting specialist reinforces relationship with low level radioactive waste operator

The UK’s main facility dedicated to the safe and efficient disposal of low level radioactive waste has reinforced its partnership with Cooper Handling …

Screens premier at May event in Stirling

Blue Scotland will be holding a Waste Recycling Open Day on 11 and 12 May at its facility in Stirling and that of Central Demolition, located in Bonnybridge. …

Project aims to establish feasibility of solar-powered rail

Imperial College London and climate change charity 10:10 have teamed up to investigate the viability of using track-side solar panels to power trains, it was …

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