Ecohouse for the Homeless
Environment Times is raising money for the homeless by creating a 'virtual ecohouse'. Naturesave Insurance is one of the donors. They write: "Naturesave Insurance is a leading UK green and ethical insurance provider providing cover for homes, business, charities and community organisations across the UK. We have been recommended by Ethical Consumer and awarded the top ethical rating for insurance by The Good Shopping Guide.
Watson Marlow Fluid Technology Group
Easing the cost of phosphorous removal in AMP7 How will you ensure accurate dosing of chemicals? by Bruce Quilter, Sector Specialist - Industrial & Environmental, WMFTG
Treatment chemicals are the largest cost to water companies. Chemical use lies at the forefront of cost-saving plans as the water industry in England and Wales enters the new regulatory asset management period (AMP7). They also carry a heavy embedded carbon footprint due to the scale of production and transportation they represent.
Milestone Design Ltd
Ecohouse for the Homeless
Britain's first producer of totally green kitchens of recycled content, all the way from Ilkley West Yorkshire
Environment Times is raising money for the homeless by creating a 'virtual ecohouse'. Milestone Design is one of the donors. They write: "Our first faltering steps into eco design began in 2006 when our directors, Julian and Jan Richards, were sat at home treating themselves to the odd gin & tonic or two(ish). At some point of the evening one of them said, "Go on then ... we've been recycling for ages and I've never seen a thing in the shops that's made from the things we recycle.... what CAN we actually buy that's recycled?"
Atlas Copco Compressors
Atlas Copco offers versatile air blower technologies for clean water and wastewater treatment
Atlas Copco provides a full scope of air blower technologies for the UK water and wastewater sector. All our blowers provide guaranteed oil-free air, reliably and for years on end. They are designed to enable water and wastewater companies to reduce energy costs and lower their total cost of ownership.
The British Hemp Company has launched a mill in Warminster and has boosted its plans for 12 farms across the UK, with its founder Stephen Glover pointing out that being locally grown it avoids the carbon footprint of imports. In the 1930s hemp fell out of favour in Britain after the price fell and a government disinformation campaign wrongly linked hemp with Cannabis.
Cumbria County Council's seven year £12.9m programme to replace over 45,000 street lights with more energy efficient and cost effective LED technology is nearing completion.
Thomas Ingenlath, the boss of Swedish electric car brand Polestar, has turned his back on carbon offsetting in an ambition to create the first 'truly climate neutral car' by 2030.
Fashion from seaweed fibre is behind an environmental entrepreneur's campaign to offset one gigaton of C02 by 2030 and counter the plastic microfibres shed into the environment from clothing.
A Belfast Maritime Consortium led by Artemis Technologies has won a £33 million UK Government innovation grant to develop zero emissions ferries in the city, that they claim will revolutionise the future of maritime transport.
A Humberside firm, Eco-Power Environmental, has agreed a deal to provide solid recovered fuel pellets to Tarmac's Tunstead cement kiln in Derbyshire.
The prospects for the endangered European eel in England's Wessex region counties have been given a boost as man-made barriers are set to be removed or redesigned to allow their crucial migrations.
Highways England has launched a study into whether surface water which runs off roads affects the level of microplastics in the environment.
The Scottish National Investment Bank has officially opened for business with the completion of its first major investment. It is claimed to be the UK's first mission-led net-zero development bank and it is being capitalised by the Scottish Government with £2 billion over ten years.