A £5 million investment in new equipment and skills has provided three Lincolnshire companies to expand and diversify, including Eminox Limited.
A new video, launched by emission reduction specialist Eminox Limited, explains how SCRT® technology helps reduce harmful diesel emissions on older buses and coaches.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond visits Eminox following his announcement in the Autumn Budget that local authorities will receive £20m to help meet clean air targets.
Lincolnshire based retrofit solutions company, Eminox is the first company to be approved for the Clean Vehicle Retrofit Accreditation Scheme (CVRAS) for the UK’s best-selling coach, the Volvo B9R, with just six months to go before the London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) comes into force.
Accolade highlights impact of 21-year career developing emissions reduction technology for buses and trucks
Groundbreaking technology developed by Eminox in partnership with Westminster City Council and Veolia in the UK will be fitted to rubbish trucks in Westminster, in the bid to reduce harmful emissions and nitrogen oxide by 99%.
Eminox celebrated 40 years of success and innovation at an anniversary event at its global headquarters in Gainsborough.
Lincolnshire-based emission reduction specialists Eminox will help bridge the skills gap in engineering and manufacturing by opening its doors to schools and colleges in a drive to recruit local talent.
Bus Minister Nusrat Ghani has announced that the Clean Bus Technology Fund will be increased to £40m and gave more details of where the money would go. Speaking at the UK Bus Summit, she announced that 20 local authorities would receive a share of the funding.
UK-based emission reduction specialists Eminox are strengthening their team with three new directors who will play a vital role in shaping the future.