Gist has begun trialling hydraulic-driven Ecogen generators on its fleet to improve air quality by reducing fuel consumption as well as CO2 and Nox.
Pan-European transport and logistics firm Jost Group has added 30 new LNG-powered Iveco Stralis NP trucks to its fleet.
The Volvo Group has detected that an emissions control component used in certain markets is degrading more quickly than expected.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has announced it is checking lorries for emissions cheat devices, with the nationwide rollout of enforcement action.
Brakes saw NOx emissions fall by 47% following a nine-month trial with 50 DAF LF 230 fridge trucks powered by Shell Gas-to-Liquid fuel.
Clean Air Zones (CAZs) are unfairly targeting hauliers and pricing trucks off the road, say a coalition of industry bodies.
The Logistics Emissions Reduction Scheme (LERS) supports the Government's ambition to achieve a 15% reduction in carbon emissions from HGVs by 2025.
Guide highlights key information and calling for fleet operators to take part in the consultation process.
The electric Refuse Collection Vehicle (eRCV) is a 26-tonne battery-powered, zero-emission refuse vehicle designed to do a 14 hour ‘double shift’ duty-cycle without needing to recharge.
The Clean Van Commitment (CVC) is asking 100 van fleet operators to promise to be tailpipe emission-free in cities by 2028.
Tyre, brake, clutch and road surface wear also play a significant part in the production of microscopic particles that can invade the body’s vital organs. By James Gordon