Rushlight Environmental Analysis & Metrology Award presented to EMSOL
EMSOL received the 2019/20 Rushlight Environmental Analysis Award which celebrates the significant achievements in developing the technology, innovation, and methods that underpin the accurate and reliable monitoring and measurement of our environment. EMSOL was judged to provide an important “clever” innovation to address air quality. Freddie Talberg, CEO and co-founder of EMSOL said, “We are thrilled to receive this award acknowledging our work in the environmental space where EMSOL has been empowering businesses to take targeted environmental insights”.
The Rushlight Awards are the only UK based awards that specifically support and promote all the latest clean technologies, innovations, initiatives and deployment projects for businesses and other organisations. This is the 13th year the award show has been running, showcasing the work of cleantech and sustainable solutions.
Prof Sir Ian Boyd (former Chief Scientific Adviser at DEFRA and marine and polar scientist at the University of St Andrews) attended the Awards evening and shared his comments on the importance that technologies like EMSOL have in helping communities and businesses in combating climate change and environmental challenges that we face today such as air pollution, noise pollution and pollution of plastics or non-recyclable products.
The Founder of the Rushlight Awards, Clive Hall, said: “Innovation is a key part for combatting environmental problems and underpinning sustainable growth across our whole economy, helping us find new ways to manage our environmental footprint, reduce costs and help put our businesses on a more sustainable footing. The substantial progress that has been made over the last few years has been achieved through the successes of organisations such as those we celebrated and promoted last night.”
EMSOL was presented with the ‘Rushlight Environmental Analysis & Metrology Award’ and you can read the full press release from the Rushlight Awards here.