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09.10.18

Ged Sojka joins as National Operations Director in Geo-Environmental, Martin Lucass as Northern Geo-Environmental team leader, and Mike Armitage as Head of Ecology Manchester, UK, 09 October 2018: Resource and Environmental Consultants Ltd (REC), the UK environmental consultancy, part of the Concept Life Sciences Group, has announced the appointment of three new senior team members. Ged […]

01.10.18

REC’s Plymouth office was delighted to welcome over 30 guests to its networking and client event last week (27th September). The event was held at one of Plymouth’s key landmarks – the Plymouth Gin Distillery – and celebrated REC’s longstanding operations in Plymouth and the South West. The event centred around REC’s Asbestos Surveying and […]

19.09.18

https://www.rtpi.org.uk/briefing-room/news-releases/2018/august/rtpi-england-lacks-coherent-plan-to-improve-air-quality/ The RTPI’s response to the Government’s draft Clean Air Strategy raises concerns that there is insufficient integration between transport planning and sustainable development planning in terms of improving air quality in the UK. ‘Without these links, pressure could be placed on developers to carry the burden of reducing emissions or severely limit the feasibility […]

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11.09.18

www.fleetnews.co.uk/news/fleet-industry-news/2018/09/10/councils-due-to-submit-air-quality-plans-to-government  ‘Ultra-low emission zones (ULEZs) and clean air zones (CAZs) have the potential to bring significant beneficial impacts to some of the most polluted UK cities’ says REC’s Air Quality lead – Conal Kearney. ‘However, it is important that the individual strategy has been assessed to estimate its effectiveness and equally allows city centre businesses […]

06.08.18

A major report by the government’s Air Quality Expert Group and the Office for National Statistics has concluded that natural vegetation only plays a small part in removing air pollutants – possibly as little as a fifth of pollutants emitted in the UK. The study looked at particulates and gaseous pollutant data and UK vegetation […]