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“Revolutionary” technology to help clean air quality for Londoners

What is described as a ground-breaking technology developed in the UK will be fitted to rubbish trucks in Westminster, in the bid to reduce...

Edinburgh event to showcase electric vehicle benefits for business

FORMER Top Gear host Quentin Willson will join a fleet of industry experts in Edinburgh next weekend at a free show intended to showcase...

EV charging stations outnumber fuel stations, less than 100 years after the first petrol...

There are now almost 1,000 more public places to charge electric cars than there are forecourts to pump petrol in the UK – 9,300 EV charging locations compared to 8,400 fuel stations .

New startup project ‘nudges’ seafarers to reduce ship emissions

Behavioural change startup Signol launched a seemingly first-of-its kind project with Stolt Tankers on 11 September, aiming to further reduce shipping emissions by using...

Hackathon event aims to solve EV charging location puzzles

A hackathon event aims to harness programmers’ talents to create ideas that tackle the challenges around the successful roll out of electric vehicles (EVs)...

Sponsored Content: Firms partner to tackle trommel fines

Waste management firm Ace Liftaway has announced plans to introduce a new 90tph trommel fines recycling plant to its waste recycling and processing facility in Hampshire.
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Portable equipment employed to accelerate remediation work

PORTABLE equipment has been employed to accelerate remediation work at a project in London’s Kentish Town. Cognition Land and Water, a remediation specialist, hired a...

EV motors: The next big thing says new report

EV motors have lasted for over 100 years on boats and their design changed slowly. Now some last only a few years and they...

Films promote safe machinery handling at waste sites

JCB has produced a series of five ‘WasteWise’ films that promote the safe and efficient operation of handling machinery at waste sites. The films are...

£1.2 million government funding aims for lower-emissions freight

Drones will be used to deliver packages on remote Scottish islands - that, at least, is among the visions intimated by nine new freight...

UK’s first all-electric cement mixer completes trial

The UK’s first all-electric ready-mix concrete mixer has completed a three-month trial of commercial deliveries across Birmingham for sustainable building materials firm Tarmac. The ‘e-mixer’,...

Deal improves offering to recycling industry businesses

On 12 September Molson Green, said to be the UK’s largest distributor of capital equipment, become a dealer for Turmec, a waste management solutions...

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 firm...

Veolia trial demonstrates major savings for CO2 emissions from yellow plant

Latest data shows 58% carbon savings which will advance the transition to net zero through optimised vehicle performance, maintenance and operating regimes The latest trials...

Demolition and quarrying crusher premieres in Las Vegas

Attachments manufacturer Allu has introduced a new range of crushing attachments said to be purpose-designed to meet the requirements of the demolition, recycling and...

Fleet operator scheme urges greater awareness of drug and alcohol impairment risk

Fleet operator accreditation scheme FORS* is urging operators to be extra vigilant when it comes to managing drug and alcohol impairment this summer. In...

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 low-carbon...

New report aims to advance safety for waste collection vehicle crews during the pandemic

Report by University College London supports the importance of ventilation and cleaning A new report from UCL, commissioned by resource recovery firm Veolia, presents...

Trials completed on world’s first ultra low carbon and sulphur drop in ‘bio-fuel oil’

What is claimed to be the world’s first zero emission, ‘drop in’ Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO)-equivalent marine biofuel has successfully completed trials, according to...

Formula 1 team targets over 60% emissions reduction through biofuel use for coming season

Freight contributes the lion's share of the emissions produced by formula 1. The Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS Formula 1 Team says it has set its sights...