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.
Lincolnshire based emissions reduction specialists Eminox has been key to upgrading over 400 buses ready for the introduction of the new Low Emission Bus Zones (LBEZ) across London for Arriva, Go Ahead Group and Tower Transit.
Eminox Managing Director Mark Runciman spoke to BBC Radio Lincolnshire about the possibilities and oportunities that await the company in China.
UK-based emission reduction specialists Eminox has promoted Mark Runciman to Managing Director as the company enters its 40th year of business.
Businesses will have a chance to respond to consultations regarding the announcement of a £220 million Clean Air Fund and how this money will be best allocated to minimise the impact on businesses and individuals affected by new measures to reduce pollution.
Gainsborough-based emission reduction specialist Eminox is set to be a key player in reducing roadside pollution as part of plans to improve air quality across the UK, opening up local job opportunities.
Now is the time to prepare for London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) warns Eminox Business Development Manager Carlos Vicente.
Deadline day looms just two weeks away to bid for a share of the £30m Clean Bus Technology Fund (CBTF) as a way to help local authorities improve air quality in the UK.