News 2010

Emission estimates of PM0.1

10 December 2010

Aether are making emission estimates of PM0.1 for the EU27 as part of a project for the European Commission. A simple methodology has been used to generate headline emission estimates, which will be released shortly.

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Katie King is a member of the expert group supporting nine pilot Local Carbon Framework areas over the coming 6 months.

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DECC has published a recent study by Aether: Assessing the cost to UK operators of compliance with the EU Emission Trading Scheme.

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Aether together with TRL and TTR have been awarded Lot 2 of the Defra Local Air Quality Management support contract. Lot 2 covers LAQM report appraisal and includes:

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Aether has been contracted by the Irish EPA to provide technical assistance to support the National Inventory Agency of the Office of Climate Licensing and Resource Use.

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Carbon show

08 October 2010

The Environment tools team were exhibiting at the Carbon Show in London on the 4th and 5th October. We had a wide range of visitors to our stand where we demonstrated the website, reviewed listings with visitors, explained how the new search features work and discussed ideas for new collaboration.

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Chris has just returned from Mumbai where he was working with TRL and other international organisations to try and unlock carbon financing for city level initiatives in the transport sector.

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Aether together with Entec and the Institute of Occupational Medicine have been awarded a project by the European Commission titled, Industrial emissions of nano and ultrafine particles.

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Aether has been commissioned to undertake an air quality assessment for a proposed energy centre at a holiday village in the east of England. The energy centre will comprise of CHP, gas and biomass boilers.

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Aether and AEA Technology have been commissioned by a planning consultancy to undertake an odour assessment for a residential development in close proximity to a waste water treatment works in Leicestershire.

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Carbon Show

26 August 2010

The Environment Tools Directory (which has been developed by Aether and ENDS) will be on display at the Carbon Show, which takes place at the Business Design Centre in London on the 4th and 5th October.

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The following Environment Tools Newsletter was sent out to registered users of www.environmenttools.co.uk on Wednesday the 14th July.

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