Buses with green technology to reduce GHG emissions in England

Hundreds of buses in England will be given a green makeover to improve air quality. Almost 440 buses in England will receive a green technology upgrade, as the region works toward reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to improve air quality. According to an announcement from the Department for Transport (DfT), 18 local authorities made successful bids for about £7 million of funding to go ahead with the green tech plan, reported The Northern Echo. The buses will be fitted with a selective catalytic reduction to reduce N2O emissions. The hundreds…

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Green technology to lead to new jobs at British manufacturing company

Naylor Industries Plc has received funding for a green energy project that will boost its sales and employment. The Barnsley-based manufacturing company that specializes in building and constructing products such as clay pipes, plastic ducting and drainage, and concrete products, intends to invest a large sum of money into its Cawthorne factory to upgrade it with green technology that will include smart utility metering, energy efficient lighting, and a plastic reprocessing plant. The £2.5 million project will help to lower energy consumption in the factory. The project, which has received…

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