Like many other industries, the Construction industry has been impacted by COVID-19 in numerous ways such as supply chain challenges, health and safety implications, slower developments and longer project timelines. […]
SOCIAL DISTANCING AND INFECTION TRACING PLATFORM ‘WORK SAFE’ LAUNCHES TO HELP BRITISH BUSINESS STAY OPEN – Social distancing and infection tracing solution Work Safe, launched by EMSOL, will help workers […]
A possibility to have a tangible impact on air quality Ethan Stratford, President, LSE Sustainable Futures Society talks about why they selected EMSOL to “democratise the process of sustainability” on […]
EMSOL empowers organizations to take 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 […]
Safe, sustainable development is a key priority for healthy cities. But ensuring this is hard, especially with fast-growing, complex urban supply chains. The lockdown has brought quiet streets and cleaner […]
By giving innovators and teams the information and the tools necessary to reduce transport pollution, we can help businesses do their part in reducing respiratory health issues and lowering respiratory mortality. With respiratory issues at an all-time high and the threat of another coronavirus peak looming, it’s more important than ever for businesses to take action now.
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 RSSB’s recently-released Air Quality Strategy Framework is a huge step in the right direction but something’s missing. EMSOL have been working for months with rail partners to mitigate local emissions and we’ve learned beyond a doubt that monitoring is a crucial first step before taking action, to show real improvements from investment. Here’s what we’re proposing instead, based on what’s worked.
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 […]
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.
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.
Although it may have taken a global pandemic to force the hand of the country, it’s clear that air pollution can be decreased. While the crisis isn’t something we ought to replicate, it is something we can draw experience from.
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’.
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.
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.