EMSOL will host our 4th webinar on the 23rd July sharing best practices for improving pollution. This follows successful webinars featuring expert speakers from Skanska, LSE, Transport for London, HS2, and Network Rail who shared how their organisations are tackling air quality challenges.
The 23rd July webinar will focus on emissions from the urban supply chain in construction and logistics/delivery, with speakers from the Road Haulage Association and Cross River Partnership.
Air and noise pollution from the urban supply chain is a crucial issue for any site and its surrounding community. To reduce the daily urban air pollution peak caused by supply chain vehicle congestion and to accommodate the required extended work shift hours for reduced workplace density. This has the potential to cause issues for local communities impacted by retimed deliveries.
COVID-19 has put a spotlight on the link between respiratory health issues and air quality with emerging evidence linking air pollution to an increased vulnerability to COVID-19. This requires urgent action to reduce congestion and maintain the benefits of cleaner air we experienced during lockdown.
Reducing the impact of pollution on the workforce and local community from the urban supply chain represents an important focus for businesses and local communities. Many organisations hold back from taking action because they don’t know where to start, lacking the specific insights and evidence required to take immediate and targeted action.
At the webinar we will be joined by industry experts from:
- Road Haulage Association
- Cross River Partnership
- Better Bankside
EMSOL enables organisations to take action on air and noise quality. Companies and local authorities are constantly trying new ways to grow business safely and sustainably, but most solutions have been ineffective, expensive or just not possible.
- Just monitoring air pollution tells them what they already know.
- Deploying sweeping fixes like fleet replacement are too expensive.
- Banning vehicles is impractical and takes too long to enact.
EMSOL identifies the specific source of pollution in real-time so you can actually fix the pollution problem, not just monitor it. EMSOL takes data from air quality monitors and noise monitors and fuses it with vehicle location data, then analyses the data to quickly and accurately identify the source of the pollution.
Learn why leading organizations and local governments like Balfour Beatty, City of London, Cory Environmental, Croydon, Hansons, Mace and Structure Tone selected EMSOL to reduce pollution in their local communities.