Trade Shows & Conferences
Are you responsible for:
• reducing carbon emissions and energy costs;
• improving sustainability;
• implementing low-carbon technologies;
• complying with environmental standards and legislation.
• Then join us this month at EMEX, the UK's must-attend energy and sustainability event, on the 27th and 28th at ExCeL London.
- Green Motion Awards & Standards
- Reconomy Awards & Standards
- CapSure at European Asbestos Forum Health & safety
With an estimated 18,000 tonnes of perfectly edible pumpkins thrown away in the UK every year, Philip Simpson, commercial director at ReFood, urges consumers to think hard about unnecessary waste this Halloween.
Research presented at the Plastic Health Summit in Amsterdam will reveal immune cells that recognise and attack microplastics will die quickly as a result of the contact.
National homelessness charity, Emmaus, is highlighting how charity shops are often used as an alternative to landfill, reporting that one of its communities spent up to £47,000 on taking items to the tip that had been donated but were not fit to be resold.
A Lincolnshire manufacturer best known for designing and manufacturing vegetable harvesting equipment has won a prestigious business award for its diversification into a new market of grass clippings to energy generation.
Water purification from crustacean shells and new fibres from apple cores – sustainable technology firm Pennotec is stopping what was once industrial food waste being sent to landfill.
We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the RWM Exhibition, which returns to the NEC Birmingham this September 11th and 12th.
The University of Birmingham has been awarded €4m to set up a pilot facility to reclaim rare earth metals from scrap as part of an EU-funded Horizon 2020 project. The facility will focus on recycling magnets made of neodymium, boron and iron. These are found in hard disk drives, household appliances, electric vehicles and wind turbine generators, and are increasingly important in the transition to a green, low carbon economy.
A vulnerable Cheshire stream polluted with toxic metals carried in runoff from the M56 motorway is the first to be protected by an innovative sustainable drainage material that could now be used to clean up hundreds of similar outfalls across the UK.
A new study by the Energy Innovation District (EID) has revealed how a local, smart energy system could reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Ellesmere Port, where 5% of the UK's energy is currently consumed, by 34%. The £200k project – part funded by the Government's Prospering from the energy revolution programme – also demonstrates potential energy cost savings of up to 25%.