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Leading the way - Cirrus Research now a UKAS accredited laboratory for calibration services
Noise monitoring instrument suppliers and manufacturers, Cirrus Research, have taken a further step in cementing their position as one of the world's leading noise experts, as they have received UKAS accreditation for the calibration of sound level meters, acoustic calibrators and octave band filters.
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New government policies are needed to increase private sector investment in restoring the environmental health of farmland, says a new study by think tank Green Alliance.
Subsea Industries' Ecospeed hull protection system has been selected because of its environmental credentials in tough icy conditions for RRS Sir David Attenborough, the polar research ship under construction at the Cammell Laird shipyard in Birkenhead, Merseyside, NW England.
A coalition of environmentalists have found big loopholes for tiny microbeads in the UK Government's proposed ban.
A couple from Devon, one of the UK's first homeowners to install energy storage to compliment their solar panels, are reaping the rewards by reducing the energy they buy by 86%.
Ageing ductwork has promped construction material maker Hanson to start a seven year project at Ribblesdale cement works in Clitheroe to improve production efficiency and emissions.
Gatwick has become the first UK airport to join the RE100 alliance programme designed to generate a massive increase in the demand for renewable electricity, because of this Gatwick announced that it will be carbon neutral by the spring.
After 6 years of research, a commercially viable process to recover wood fibre from the huge amounts of waste medium-density fibreboard is close to reality.
British green energy company, Ecotricity, has sold more than £1 million of small windmills to Japan, a country now keener on renewables since its nuclear plant disaster, through its Britwind subsidiary.
British scientists will continue vital Antarctic research into major issues facing the planet, thanks to a £100 million programme commissioned by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) that will take place over the next ten years.
The UK Space Agency's International Partnership Programme has kick-started a project to manage and protect 300 million hectares of tropical forests, with Edinburgh sustainability software and data company Ecometrica winning a contract worth more than £14 million.