Travelling farther away from home linked to better health

People who travel more outside of their local area feel that they are healthier than those who stay closer to home, according to a...

Sponsored content: Water jetting injury research achieves global reach

A study commissioned by the Water Jetting Association into the management of high pressure fluid injection injuries has become one of the important research...

Purifiers improve heart health, says study

A six-month study concludes that the use of portable home air purifiers can improve some markers of cardiovascular health in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD.

Li-ion battery risks reduced by VOC sensors

Photoionisation detection (PID) sensors are able to detect potential problems before they occur in the manufacture and use of lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries, and the...

Automation for the people: reducing injury in quarrying

Harrowing statistics from the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work state that quarry workers are twice as likely to be killed in an accident...

One in five in the UK negatively affected by noisy roads

Traffic noise is disrupting the daily lives of Britons with 81% able to hear road noises around their property and one in seven (17%)...

Sponsored Content: Sensitively sniffing out VOCs

Danati Fire and Safety is a leading investigator of fires and explosions covering Southern Africa. Their staff regularly use ION Science’s Tiger VOC detectors to help find organic chemicals that may be the source of a fire.

Chitty-chitty-pop-bang! Are noise cameras ready to tackle UK traffic?

Noise camera technology is ready to be deployed for monitoring urban traffic, according to a number of firms developing it. Envirotec looks at how...

EV Battery health concerns are the biggest barrier to used-EV sales, says new report

Addressing barriers to the second-hand EV market could help encourage over 17 million UK drivers to make the switch to electric, according to study. The...

Waste operators that caused fires receive sentences

Waste operators who repeatedly ignored Environment Agency advice that their sites posed a persistent fire risk - before fires broke out that burned for...