air quality

The UK Government originally requested that, by March 2018, each local authority create an Air Quality Improvement Plan to combat air pollution in regions where it breached legal limits. Following approval, councils would receive funding to help the development of

13 May 2021 #TNB News #Van

DPD has announced Project BREATHE, an air quality monitoring programme focused on six of the UK’s largest cities. The project has already gone live in London and by the end of May will be joined by operations in Birmingham, Leeds,

26 February 2016 #Emissions #SMMT News

The UK automotive industry is demonstrating its ongoing commitment to improving air quality and reducing vehicle emissions with a new consumer-facing video.

13 January 2016 #SMMT News

More than half (53.5%) of all new buses and coaches registered in 2015 met the latest Euro-VI emissions standard, marking a threefold increase compared with 2014, according to data released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

03 September 2015 #SMMT News

New report on progress of clean vehicle technology and the automotive industry’s commitment to reducing vehicle emissions.

11 February 2015 #SMMT News

Today SMMT will bring together transport policy makers, vehicle manufacturers and other stakeholders from across the UK at a special event in London to discuss the future contribution of commercial vehicles to improving air quality.

Diesel is not a dirty word, SMMT will say. It will call on government and local councils to recognise the vital role modern diesel vehicles can play in reducing emissions across Britain’s towns and cities – and to do more to support their adoption.

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