HART Teams receive new incident units for remote response

Highly trained Hazardous Area Response Team (HART) paramedics in the South West have become the first in England to take delivery of the latest incident response units. The new vehicles enable them to reach emergency scenes at difficult-to-access, off-road locations more quickly and efficiently.

Barry Sheerman MP and Dr. Adam Read OWL Midlands Digital

OWL Midlands Digital paves a new path for waste and logistics operators

The team behind OWL hosted OWL Midlands Digital event, on 12 November, with over 100 attendees. Keeping connected is a strong element of the waste, transport and logistic industry, which OWL (Optimised Waste and Logistics) bring together to develop genuinely…

WCRAQ Alternative Fuels and Vehicles Working Party launch

The Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality’s Alternative Fuels and Vehicles Working Party was the second of six launches this August. The meeting was attended by prominent industry experts and academics specialising in air monitoring across the field, including Electra…

Stuttgart Airport fire department deploys the new Rosenbauer Panther

ince May 2019, Stuttgart Airport fire department has been deploying its four new Rosenbauer Panther crash tenders to ensure safety whilst minimising costs and overall environmental impact. By using a training simulator, an exact replica of a Panther, training crews can practice emergency procedures, with no vehicle wear-and-tear, fire hazards, or environmental damage from extinguishing foam.

A roadmap to reducing air pollution from transport

CMS SupaTrak, OWL, and the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality are calling for all refuse collection vehicles operated by councils and private waste operators in the UK to be fitted with air quality monitoring equipment.