Pollution Solution introduces Roadvent – the first-ever in-road air emissions capturing system at the WCRAQ Air Health Working Party

Environmental technology firm Pollution Solution has unveiled its new in-road solution for capturing dangerous pollutants from vehicles at the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality’s Air Health Working Party on Monday, 20 June.

WCRAQ Energy, Fuels and Vehicles working party meeting covers how dual-fuels and KERS can help reduce fuel consumption and emissions for fleets.

Jason Airey, the co-founder of WCRAQ, chaired the working party meeting on April 5th with guest speakers Mack Murray, the managing director of Adgero and Kevin Campbell, the Technical Operations Director, addvantage. The meeting attracted a wide audience including professionals from local authorities and the waste and haulage sectors.

WCRAQ Air Health Working Party explores the impacts of air pollution on the fetus .

The Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality invited Professor Cathy Thornton, Professor of Human Immunology at Swansea University to discuss the adverse effects of poor air quality on the fetus, including the impact of high levels of particulate matter (PM) 2.5.

WCRAQ continues to push for policy change to save lives from air pollution

Barry Sheerman, MP for Huddersfield, and Chairman of the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality (WCRAQ) submitted a Ten-Minute Rule Bill to the House of Commons, asking the Government to update the MOT test to include an efficiency test for DPFs (diesel particulate filters). The Bill passed the first test with no objections, and the second reading will take place on 18 March.

The official journal of WCRAQ has been published

Fleet Vision International magazine Winter 2022 is out now! Read the WCRAQ working party reports and our update on the Ten-Minute Bill for stricter MOT tests in the UK from page 58 onwards. The seventh issue of the thought-leading publication…

Energy, Fuels, and Vehicles working party discuss fuel and vehicle alternatives to achieve emission reduction. 

Jason Airey, Co-Founder of the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality began with outlining the main objectives for the Commission; optimise the use of current fuel technologies, investigate hydrogen as a long-term solution and exploring the reduction of non-exhaust pipe…

The disastrous impact of exhaust emissions on human cardiovascular health

Dr Mark Miller, Senior Research Scientist, The University of Edinburgh, highlighted the impacts ultrafine particles have on cardiovascular systems at the WCRAQ Air Health working part on 23 November 2021.