Birmingham New Street, operated by Network Rail, has received plenty of attention in the last few years for poor air quality in the station. Working in partnership with EMSOL, Network Rail is now at the forefront of companies in the rail sector taking action on air quality. This introduces targeted identification of emissions within the station and concourse, enabling real benefits from rail passengers and staff.
Birmingham New Street will benefit from:
- Specific, granular evidence to support mitigation actions
- Precise, targeted data to reduce emissions every day
- Insight that makes it simpler and easier to be environmentally ethical
- Real-time alerts when there is a problem.
EMSOL is also working in the rail sector in collaboration with East West Rail Alliance (EWRA) (an alliance of Volker Rail, Network Rail, Laing O’Rourke and Atkins). EWRA are responsible for the £1.5 billion rail program that will reconnect Cambridge and Oxford in one of the most prestigious projects in the UK infrastructure pipeline. The government has committed to invest £40bn in the UK rail infrastructure between 2019-2024.
If you are interested in learning more about how EMSOL can help your business take action on air quality we would be happy to talk.
About EMSOL – We believe every community has the right to a clean, safe and healthy local environment where air quality is high and noise pollution is minimal. We started EMSOL in 2017 to help our customers take steps every day to make a lasting difference in reducing transport pollution. Our customers across construction, waste, and rail use the EMSOL system every day to inform specific actions for improving the quality of the local environment. This is through targeted air and noise pollution identification which benefits the communities our customers operate in.
The EMSOL team is comprised of business leaders, world-class technology developers and transport experts across fleet, construction, and rail.
For further information, please contact:
Ben Fielden – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 020 3982 9440