Nearly 95% of HGV ‘are compliant with tighter air pollution London rules’

It is estimated that the number of heavy vehicles meeting ULEZ standards has doubled since the scheme was first introduced in February 2017

Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone reaches full speed

Motorists whose vehicles do not meed Clean Air Zone standards will have to pay up to £50 daily fee

How could the reopening of UK’s pubs lead to significant rise in air pollution?

Pollution created by one outdoor gas heater for five hours a day is almost the same as that from heating an entire home for a day, according to a new report

Ethnic minority kids ‘exposed to higher levels of pollution’

New report finds average NOx levels at schools with the highest percentage of BAME students are 28% higher than schools with the fewest non-white pupils

Oxford to introduce ’30 by 25′ air pollution reduction target

The Oxford City Council has set a 30µg/m3 of nitrogen dioxide target to be achieved by 2025, going beyond the current legal target set out by the UK Government of 40µg/m3

California to ban the sale of new gas-powered vehicles by 2035

The mandate is predicted to result in a 35% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and an 80% improvement in nitrogen oxides levels

German research rules the roast with low carbon BBQ tech

A new innovation is said to be able to reduce the amount of exhaust fumes generated by barbecues by 90%

Transport and agriculture ‘pose problems’ for European emissions reduction

The European Environment Agency (EEA) says ammonia emissions from farming continued to rise in 2016

Npower bids to ramp up biomass at Tilbury

RWE npower has applied to the Environment Agency for permission to increase the use of biomass as a fuel at Tilbury Power Station. Tilbury station manager Nigel Staves said: “Our permit to operate the power station already allows us to use some biomass in place of coal and we are applying for a licence variation […]