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What’s missing from the Rail Air Quality Strategy Framework?

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.
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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.

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.

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