Clean Air quality is the largest environmental risk to public health in the UK and investing in cleaner air and doing even more to tackle air pollution are priorities for Clean Air Britain and the UK Government. That is why the UK has adopted tougher, legally binding ceilings for emissions of Air pollutants for 2020 and 2030. Clean Air Britain works to improve the Quality of Air so that people can breathe Clean Healthy AIR.

Clean Tech is a general term used to describe products, processes or services that reduce waste and require as few non-renewable resources as possible. Clean Air Britain is looking to promote a range of Clean Healthy Air Products that monitor harmful Gases and Pollutants that damage peoples health, Clean the Air and give people Clean Healthy Air to Breathe. 

Clean Emissions is phasing out polluting vehicles and phasing in non-zero-emitting vehicles as soon as possible. Major UK Cities have already started targeting polluting vehicles such as HGV, Commercial, Taxis, Buses and Diesel Cars and developing Clean Emission zones. Euro 6 and Euro 6 + DPF filter cleaning standards to meet Emission Standards in Britain.

Clean Energy refers to any source of power that does not pollute or harm the environment. Power that is UK Generated and generating a Cleaner Future. Clean Climate Britain believe its time to power Britain differently through Clean Energy initiatives such as Solar Britain who strive to reduce Energy Costs and improve Customers Carbon Footprint without compromise.

Making our Air Cleaner and Healthier

Air Pollution or Dirty Air is the 4th biggest killer behind Cancer, Obesity and Heart Disease.
Making People ill, Shortening Peoples Lives, Damaging our Economy & Environment. 

Our Aim is to make the Air Cleaner and Healthier

Clean Air Britain works to improve the Quality of AIR – These three little letters together make up what is an essential ingredient for life. We can live without water for days, but only for minutes without air. Breathing unhealthy polluted air damages peoples health and reduces life expectancy. We aim to reduce peoples exposure to air pollution, harmful Gases and Pollutants.

Clean Healthy Air PLEASE !

 GLA – Greater London Authority

Around half of London’s air pollution is caused by road transport. Poisonous gases and particles lead to thousands of premature deaths each year they raise the risk of asthma, dementia and strokes. London’s toxic air has a severe impact on children a child born in London in 2010 will lose two years of life expectancy because of air pollution* *estimated if exposed to same level of pollution over their lifetime. 1 in 10 Londoners under the age of 18 has asthma.

Affects on Social & Environmental Health

Climate change affects the social and environmental determinants of health – clean air, safe drinking water, sufficient food and secure shelter.Between 2030 and 2050, climate change is expected to cause approximately 250 000 additional deaths per year, from malnutrition, malaria, diarrhoea and heat stress.

Outdoor air pollution is contributing to about 40,000 early deaths a year in the UK. Royal Colleges of Physicians and of Paediatrics and Child Health.

Clean Air Objective

More than 95% of Earth’s population breathing dangerously polluted air finds study. Annual deaths from poor air have increased by 20 per cent since 1990. Air pollution linked to increased risk of cot death, worrying study reveals .Just under 300 babies die every year in the UK from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) – the unexpected and unexplained death of an apparently healthy baby.

Clean Air Strategy

Launched by Environment Secretary
Published 22nd May 2018

By reducing people’s exposure to poor Air Quality and Air Pollution through Clean AIR technologies that monitor the levels of harmful Gases and Pollutants that damage peoples health, will Clean the Air and provide people with Clean Healthy Air to breathe.

Clean technology refers to any process, product, or service that reduces negative environmental impacts through significant energy efficiency improvements, the sustainable use of resources, or environmental protection activities. Carbon dioxide (CO2), Nitrogen dioxide (NOx), Particulate Matter (PM) is part of a group of gaseous air pollutants produced as a result of road traffic and other fossil fuel combustion processes.

Emissions reduction products and services including DPF filter cleaning service and industrial applications including Bio gas, Natural gas CO and Formaldehyde abatement. Gases that enter the vehicle through the emissions out of the vehicle exhausts.

Euro 6 & Euro 6 +

The aim of Euro 6 is to reduce levels of harmful car and van exhaust emissions, both in petrol and diesel cars. This includes nitrogen oxide (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO), hydrocarbons (THC and NMHC) and particulate matter (PM), which is basically soot from diesel cars and Commercial vehicles.

Clean Air Zones

A Clean Air Zone is a district or region that has regulations to limit emissions of gasses such as nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and particulate matter. A residential area with special restrictions on vehicles and industry designed to significantly improve air quality.

Petrol & Diesel 2040 Objective – Clean Emissions

In the future we will all be driving Zero Emissions Electric Vehicles and the advanced technology being developed today in Formula E will drive the Electric Vehicles of the future.

Creating a Cleaner Renewable Future

Most negative health impacts come from air and water pollution that clean energy technologies simply don’t produce. Wind, solar, and hydroelectric systems generate electricity with no associated air pollution emissions.

Coal, natural gas and Oil are dirty sources of Energy that produce most of our electricity but come with harmful consequences as they produce the vast majority of global warming emissions and release toxic chemicals that pollute our Air and Water.

Solar Britain

The UK has an excellent climate for Solar with cool bright days rather than heat. Solar Britain systems give clients the ability to  Generate and Store their own Electricity and to be in control of their own Energy Costs.

Why you should invest in Renewable Energy

As the global demand for Energy continues to rise, so will customer’s bills.

Total worldwide energy usage is expected to grow by nearly 40% over the next 20 years. That’ll require a staggering amount of coal, oil, gas and Carbon Emissions.

Investing today should be seen as an investment into your “Energy Future” with protection and control of your future Energy costs and Health.

Business owners report making their investment back through cost savings in less than 5 years.

Demand for renewable energy sources is exploding, and according to new study, we haven’t seen anything yet in terms of spending on solar, wind and other green energy projects.

Renewable Britain

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