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With political and media activity approaching fever pitch on the subject of air pollution, the role of monitoring is under more scrutiny than ever, so AQE 2018, the Air Quality & Emissions event (Telford, UK 21/22 Nov.), is set to be the busiest yet.
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Biome Bioplastics is leading a major UK development programme to produce industrial-scale chemicals from plant waste. The aim is to accelerate the bioplastic market and create a practical biorefinery approach for the transformation of plant and agricultural waste.
A new aerodynamic device that reduces the energy consumed by commercial refrigerators uses technology deployed in Formula One racing cars.
A green roof provides one of the main features at the new School of Architecture and Construction at The University of Greenwich, and is helping students propagate the idea of greening all parts of cities and towns.
A Yorkshire chemical manufacturer has gone a shade greener after its freshly appointed Health and Safety Manager, Karen Waddington, is steering it on course to achieve zero landfill status.
Arguments about which UK city has the most polluted air could be put to rest once and for all thanks to a landmark new project that uses state of the art techniques to measure air pollution in city environments.
Nearly 700 species of marine animal have been recorded as having encountered man-made debris such as plastic and glass according to the most comprehensive impact study in more than a decade.
Low energy firing technology pioneered in the heart of the UK's ceramics industry – Stoke-on-Trent in the English Midlands - has moved major step forward after engineers and scientists working on "Field Enhanced Sintering" have made a significant breakthrough.
The Coal Authority has made two new multi-million pound awards to protect the nation's environment from polluted water from disused coal and metal mines.
A Nottingham solar firm is helping the electricity bill of a school in Manila that educates children who live on waste dumps by raising money and installing solar panels, and a fresh cash appeal has been raised.