Month: January 2018

Haulier has O-licence suspended for using AdBlue emulator

31st January 2018

A second haulier in as many weeks has been punished at a public inquiry for using an AdBlue emulation device. TC for the West of England Kevin Rooney ruled that...

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Car choice impacts your green score and your cash

29th January 2018

Newer cars should produce fewer toxic emissions while a more economical car means less CO2 Carbon dioxide emissions are directly related to fuel consumption. If you want the best economy...

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NOx emissions from ships

29th January 2018

Nothing has contributed to shipping’s ‘dirty’ image than the exhaust gases that come from engines burning heavy fuel oil. Burning residual fuels has allowed shipping to keep costs and therefore...

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RHA back emission cheat crackdown

16th January 2018

The Road Haulage Association has backed the Driver Vehicle Standards Agency crackdown on emissions cheats saying hauliers who flout the law are not only damaging air quality, but harm the...

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More than 100 lorry operators caught deliberately damaging air quality

12th January 2018

Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) examiners found 293 lorries fitted with emissions cheat devices at roadside checks between August and November 2017. In August 2017, DVSA started to include checks for...

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