All Emissions Articles

Sandvik launches premium jaw plates
Optitooth Premium plates offer 10% longer lifespan, with product manufacturing emissions cut by 70% 
Demolition or refurbishment?
Increasing numbers of politicians and architects are favouring reused buildings over demolition
Caterpillar commits to reducing emissions
Report outlines the company’s future plans for sustainability
JCB to give hydrogen combustion update
Tim Burnhope will give presentation at the online New Power Progress Summit on 3 May
XCMG to reduce carbon footprint of ‘key products’ by 32%
OEM says that by 2035 carbon footprint of key products, including excavators and cranes, will be reduced by 32% 
Wallenius Wilhelmsen invests in Equippo
New funding will allow Swiss-based used equipment specialist to expand
Major cities make push on electric construction equipment
What role are major cities playing in the switch to electric or low-emission construction equipment?
Doosan to show E10e excavator and compressor at EHS
E10e battery mini excavator designed for indoor projects, while compressor positioned for rental
Komatsu Europe announces excavators emissions upgrade
Three excavators given upgrade to capabilities and now meet EU emissions standards
€100 million sustainability-linked loan for Metso Outotec
Metso Outotec to receive €100 million sustainability-linked loan from Nordic Investment Bank 
10% drop in construction emissions misleading says report
Lockdowns and slowing economies have reduced CO2, not decarbonising measures
Why Keltbray signed up to the Climate Pledge
Kiro Tamer, Keltbray’s head of environmental sustainability, speaks to D&Ri ahead of today’s COP26 carbon emissions debate
Video: Sustainable Construction webinar
Recording of the Price of Green Construction live event is now available to view
Karl Thies joins CE’s green construction debate
FIEC sustainability and policy expert completes panel for 7 October webinar
10 ways to join the hydrogen power revolution
Interest in the use of hydrogen has soared over the past few years as the construction industry races to reduce its carbon footprint. We roundup some recent initiatives
The latest advances in green construction equipment
Heightened focus on hybrid and electric equipment spurs manufacturers to invest in and partner on new technologies
Which contractors are joining the HVO revolution?
As pressure mounts from governments and consumers around the world to reduce carbon, contractors are switching from diesel to hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) to power their equipment.
Rye Group targets 90% fuel emissions reduction
British contractor substitutes red diesel with HVO Green D+ Fuel in plant and machinery
Caterpillar and BHP to develop zero-emissions mining trucks
Caterpillar and resource company BHP to develop zero-emissions mining trucks at BHP sites
Kubota launches LPG excavator and electric dumper
New KX019-4 SI LPG mini excavator and KC70H-4e dumper are first of Kubota’s Smart Energy Solutions range
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