soil air pollution

Soil could be the answer to removing air pollution and even regulating climate change

Soil bacteria can play a key role in the removal of air pollution as well as the regulation of climate change, a recent study published in the Nature Microbiology journal has found.

Coventry and Oxford first cities to trial all-electric bus cities

Coventry and Oxford are both developing proposals to become the first areas of the UK to switch an entire town or city’s bus fleet to electric vehicles.

Wood burner air pollution

Wood burners should come with a health warning, study suggests

Wood burners have been found to triple levels of harmful indoor pollution, and should not be used around the vulnerable, scientists determine. People who load wood into a wood burner are exposed to twice as much pollution than those who…

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Toxic danger from wood burning and tyre particles

Swiss analysis of different sources of air pollution revealed poor air quality is the fourth biggest risk factor for early death Globally, breathing polluted air has been identified as the fourth largest risk factor for premature death. The real health…

train air monitors

Train-mounted sensors allow cost-effective air monitoring

Mobile devices fitted to trains can sense greenhouse gas emissions and monitor air quality at a lower cost.

Energy, Fuels and Vehicles

Energy, Fuels and Vehicles working Party discusses how drop-in fuels, electric and hydrogen has a role to play in the future of UK HGV fleets

Jason Airey, founding WCRAQ member CMS SupaTrak Managing Director, deputised for Barry Sheerman MP and Working Party Chair Richard Wenham and welcomed the Energy, Fuels & Vehicles attendees across the industry, including Allison Transmission, Biffa, Dennis Eagle, ECLF, GPS Marine, and Ubico.