What can I do?
Individual actions can have a direct impact on air pollution. Reducing energy use when at home, at work and travelling can not only cut emissions but also save you money.
The main cause of local air pollution in Sussex is traffic. So the best action that we can take to improve air quality is to walk, cycle, take public transport or use the car less. These also contribute to a healthier lifestyle, and can sometimes be quicker and cheaper.
Keep your car serviced and the tyres inflated properly, to reduce emissions and running costs.
If you are waiting to pick up passengers, are parked up or stuck in traffic then turn your engine off.
If you have a wood-burning stove or open fire then maintain your stove and only use logs with the 'Ready to Burn' logo.
There are also things you can do to avoid air pollution.
Sustainable Transport eVent
The event was held on 19 June 2019, where attendees heard about the latest business cases for electric vans from Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, benefits of operating zero-emission vehicles at Gatwick Airport, electric car-clubs (Bluecity) and the latest integrated commuter app called "Nimble" from Metrobus/GTR. To see the presentations from the day, please click on the links below:
2019 - Sustainable Transport eVent
Crawley Sustainable eVent 2019
Delivering Ultra-fast charging Electric Forecourts
The Low Emission Van Guide
A zero emission fleet by 2030
Gatwick's approach to the 'go low' challenge