Air pressure continues to rise as the clamour for change in quality intensifies
There has been enough debate over the need to improve urban air quality. Now's the time for decisive action to be taken to ensure air quality targets are achieved and to meet the public demand for cleaner air and reduced traffic congestion, say Ashley Bijster, Managing Director of Imperial, and Tim Daniels, Sales Director of Videalert.
- Brewery and pub group Marstons achieves zero waste to landfill Resource & 'Waste'
Thousands of AA hotels and B&Bs offered electric vehicle charge points
As part of the strategic partnership between the Automobile Association and Chargemaster, which is now part of BP, all 4,000 or so AA inspected hotels and B&Bs are being offered the opportunity to have electric vehicle charging points installed at no cost and integrated into the UK's largest public network.
- Record hot weather confirms practical water plans needed for farm and greenhouse Food
Trade Shows & Conferences
Activate your e-ticket for RWM
In just 16 days on 12th and 13th of September, the NEC Birmingham will host UK's largest and most anticipated waste management & recycling event, RWM. Environment Times are a partner and exhibitor of the show and you will be able to find them there on stand 4A140.
Achieve your sustainable energy future, today at edie Live
At edie Live (22-23 May, NEC Birmingham), we will show you how your organisation can achieve a sustainable future, today. Driving resource efficiency across your business and its supply chain is a highly complex and challenging mission. But this mission is possible. At the NEC Birmingham on 22-23 May, edie Live 2018 will show you how.
The Rushlight Show is a marketplace that brings together cleantech developers and sustainable solution providers, with investors & financiers and businesses looking to source suppliers and partners for an improved level of sustainability in their supply chain and operations.
Ecobuild 2018 will be designed around its visitors and will bring to life the things they have said are most important to the future of the industry: the latest technology; the freshest thinking; and the most innovative materials to keep them at the forefront of the built environment.