Need to find out more about Scottish low emission zones (LEZs)? Then put 2 April 2020 in your diary. The Scottish Government has committed to introducing LEZs across its four largest cities by the end of this year, while further air quality hotspots areas are expected to follow suit by 2023. Glasgow was first off the mark, launching its LEZ in 2018 focusing firstly on cleaning up the bus sector, however this will extend to all vehicles by the end […]
The design and construction of DPD’s new net zero distribution centre in Bicester is being held up as an example of how logistics firms and developers can radically cut carbon in new buildings.
Government and local authorities have been urged not to “demonise diesel” but to develop a national framework instead to encourage the take up of modern, clean diesel trucks. The call came at a conference on air quality held by vehicle manufacturers’ association the SMMT.
Government plans for a national Clean Air Zone (CAZ) charging system that will not allow operators of non-Euro-6 trucks to automatically pay entry charges have been slammed as “anti-business, childish and unacceptable” by the RHA.