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Earth Day 2021 – International Day of Environmental Action

Earth Day 2021 – International Day of Environmental Action

Earth Day takes place on 22 April 2021, and like previous years this year’s Earth Day will focus on the global climate crisis.  The events to mark Earth Day will take place online this year due to the pandemic, but Earth Day organisers do not think this will impact...

Free Guide: Accelerate to clean air targets in retail supply chain

Free Guide: Accelerate to clean air targets in retail supply chain

Free Guide: Accelerate to clean air targets in retail supply chain Key investments to gain visibility and control of air quality and help retailers accelerate toward their logistics transportation pollution targets. Improving air quality is a major corporate priority...

EMSOL Selected for Innovate UK Scaleup Programme

EMSOL Selected for Innovate UK Scaleup Programme

The Scaleup Programme supports a select group of companies on a journey to exponential growth. The initiative will help EMSOL scale up its sustainability-led solution and technology innovations. The programme is designed to support highly innovative, ambitious,...

EMSOL joins Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality

EMSOL joins Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality

EMSOL is pleased to affiliate with The Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality (WCRAQ). The Commission works to support the important work of All-Party Parliamentary Clean Air Group Vice-Chair Barry Sheerman MP with the purpose to discuss, debate and agree on...

Start Achieving Air Quality and Net Zero Targets Today

Start Achieving Air Quality and Net Zero Targets Today

Free Guide | Start Achieving Air Quality and Net Zero Targets Today Gain visibility and control. Helping enterprises and local authorities achieve their air quality and net zero targets – today. Improving air quality is a major corporate priority – but most large...

How EMSOL helped the LSE, Mace, Hansons and the local community

How EMSOL helped the LSE, Mace, Hansons and the local community

LSE selects EMSOL to Improve Air Quality LSE leads a cross organisational team to understand specific sources of pollution in the local community. Multiple stakeholders and a difficult site As part of its 2030 vision LSE is committed to creating...

Construction Guide to Reduce Pollution

Construction Guide to Reduce Pollution

FREE GUIDE: Discover How to Meet Your Clean Air Targets in Construction Protect your people and the local community: a new way to reduce construction pollution. Air pollution caused by the urban supply chain is one of the UK’s biggest public health challenges. Taking...

EMSOL Teams up With Croydon Council to Tackle Pollution

EMSOL Teams up With Croydon Council to Tackle Pollution

The following is taken from our feature in Croydon Digital. Once upon a time London was nicknamed The Big Smoke, thanks in no small part to The Great Smog of 1952, and to be honest, the nickname wouldn’t seem too out of place today either! The capital certainly has a...

Our Interview for London Tech Week

Our Interview for London Tech Week

EMSOL Won 'Tech For Good' at London Tech Week Elevating Founders the following is an interview from the event. Can you give a brief overview of EMSOL EMSOL develops technology solutions which enable organisations to increase revenue and profitability through the...

Monitoring Noise Pollution During Delivery

Monitoring Noise Pollution During Delivery

Air and noise pollution from the urban supply chain is a crucial issue for any site and its surrounding community. As we wrote about recently, noise pollution can be detrimental to health and quality of life. EMSOL is working with Cross River Partnership to monitor...

Webinar: Respiratory Health Challenges for the Urban Supply Chain

Webinar: Respiratory Health Challenges for the Urban Supply Chain

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.

How Start-ups are Tackling Air Pollution

How Start-ups are Tackling Air Pollution

COVID-19 has dealt a heavy impact on all our lives and disrupted business-as-normal. This pause in travel and economic activity has led to a noticeable impact on air quality in our major cities. After two months of lockdown in the UK, in mid-May, car traffic in London...

Reaching Net-Zero in the Transport Sector

Reaching Net-Zero in the Transport Sector

On 2nd June, 2020 the Net-Zero All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) held a webinar to discuss decarbonising transport with a keynote address from the Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Transport, Rachel Maclean MP and Shadow Minister for Green Transport, Kerry McCarthy...

EMSOL in The News: UK Tech News

EMSOL in The News: UK Tech News

COVID-19 lockdown has proven that it’s possible to achieve dramatic air quality improvements – technology has to be the force to help sustain it. Freddie Talberg, Co-Founder, EMSOL, considers the impact that lockdown has had on air quality.

Webinar on-demand: Improving Air Quality in Construction

Webinar on-demand: Improving Air Quality in Construction

In case you couldn’t join us for the webinar or you just wanted to go through all the amazing content again, you can now stream the EMSOL Webinar Improving Air Quality in Construction on demand. You’ll hear from CECA (Civil Engineering Contractors Association), Skanska, and the London School of Economics.

EMSOL becomes a member the Rail Innovation Group

EMSOL becomes a member the Rail Innovation Group

[Update August 2020 – to hear more about how EMSOL worked with Network Rail at Birmingham New Street you can also listen to the webinar ‘Improving Air Quality in Rail‘ featuring speakers from Network Rail and HS2] EMSOL are pleased to join as a member of the Rail...

EMSOL supported in boost for cutting-edge start-ups

EMSOL supported in boost for cutting-edge start-ups

EMSOL has successfully secured funding as part of a £40 million government investment in start-ups to drive forward new technological advances. The scheme was developed in order to promote “innovations borne out of the coronavirus crisis while supporting the UK’s next generation of cutting-edge start-ups’.

EMSOL in The News: Business Leader

EMSOL in The News: Business Leader

MEET THE COMPANY SOLVING THE UK’S AIR POLLUTION ISSUES DURING COVID-19
Business Leader recently spoke to Freddie Talberg, CEO of EMSOL, to discuss how his firm is tackling the UK’s air pollution problems during the coronavirus pandemic.

Webinar: Improving Air Quality in Construction

Webinar: Improving Air Quality in Construction

You can view the webinar on-demand today Event Overview Construction is vital to the economy but exciting new developments should not negatively impact the local community. This is even more true with the recent COVID-19 pandemic which requires more urgent thinking on...

EMSOL in The News: International Railway Journal

EMSOL in The News: International Railway Journal

Countries around the world have reported significant drops in air pollution since implementing coronavirus restrictions. It’s our chance to make a lasting difference, writes Freddie Talberg, CEO and co-founder of EMSOL.

Webinar on-demand: Improving Air Quality in Logistics

Webinar on-demand: Improving Air Quality in Logistics

In case you couldn’t join us for the webinar or you just wanted to go through all the amazing content again, you can now stream the EMSOL Webinar Improving Air Quality in Logistics on demand. You’ll hear how Transport for London is making air quality improvements...

EMSOL in The News: Railway Technology

EMSOL in The News: Railway Technology

Data analytics company EMSOL has been working with Network Rail to monitor air quality in train stations and come up with a strategy to bring down pollution around them. The project could largely benefit patients recovering from COVID-19 as well as people with respiratory issues, who are highly exposed to poor air quality in busy areas.