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Clean Air Zones are popping up more and more around the country in order to try and reduce the pollution in the area. This means that charges are put in place for certain vehicles that want to pass through the zone. For many, this can be avoided, but for HGV drivers, this could be a difficult and costly minefield to negotiate. Whilst the importance of Clean Air Zones is clear, the impact on those ...
See How Cubic Effectively Controls Car Pollution Through Innovation in Engine Emission Detection Technology
Environmental pollution has always been the focus of attention. In order to alleviate the air pollution caused by motor vehicle emissions, countries around the world have been scrambling to develop ...
South Coast Science is delighted to announce the Praxis/Urban is currently in use as part of a CIEH (Chartered Institute of Environmental Health) funded project, taking place in New York City. It aims to support communities most at risk due to ...
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Formaldehyde, chemical formula HCHO or CH2O, is a colorless gas with a pungent odor. Levels above 0.1 ppm can cause allergy and acute health problems, e.g. sore throat, skin irritation, nausea, scratchy eyes and cough. Formaldehyde (HCHO) is also classified as highly carcinogenic compound. Exposure to moderate amounts of HCHO has been linked to cancer, such as leukemia.