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.
Eminox has announced a joint venture with Chinese manufacturer Funwick Manufacturing Co. Ltd which will offer a range of exhaust and emission control solutions primarily for the Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM) sector.
Gainsborough-based emission specialists Eminox Limited has been awarded a contract to jointly develop and manufacture Stage V standard exhaust after-treatment systems (EATS) with engine manufacturers Liebherr Machines Bulle SA.
Retrofit emission control specialist Eminox has announced its co-operation with Danish clean technology company Amminex Emissions Technology, to offer a revolutionary NOx-reducing package.
UK-based emission reduction specialist Eminox has become the first company approved by the Clean Vehicle Retrofit Accreditation Scheme (CVRAS) with its SCRT technology. This means Eminox SCRT can be used as part of applications for the £30 million Clean Bus Technology Fund, recently launched for local authorities.
Gainsborough-based emissions specialists, Eminox has appointed Steve Whelan, as its new Technical Director.
The Clean Vehicle Retrofit Accreditation Scheme has been launched to provide a national certification for retrofit emissions reduction technology. Retrofitting with approved technologies such as Eminox SCRT, will allow vehicles to meet strict new requirements from the London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) and Clean Air Zones (CAZ).
The headline news in the UK air quality plan, published on 26 June 2017, was the intention to stop sales of new petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2040, but what can be done to improve air quality now? The plan backs the use of innovative retrofit technologies like Eminox SCRT, that can reduce emissions by 99%.