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  • Penstock Solutions Water
    Penstock Solutions

    The alternative to using Penstock Valves for water containment pollution

    There is now an alternative to using Penstock Valves for water pollution containment - the ToggleBlokTM pollution containment device which is manufactured and installed by David Cole's team at Penstock Solutions.

  • Meteor Communications Ltd Water
    Meteor Communications Ltd

    Post pandemic environmental monitoring
    Author: Matt Dibbs, Managing Director Meteor Communications Ltd

    The Coronavirus pandemic presented significant challenges to the collection of environmental data. However, by utilising novel technology, water companies and the Environment Agency have been able to continue gathering key data in locations from Cornwall to Cumbria.

  • Metasphere Laboratory, Monitoring, Process & Analytical
    Metasphere

    METASPHERE LAUNCHES FIRST-EVER IOT INTRINSICALLY SAFE DATALOGGER / RTU

    Metasphere has announced the launch of Point Blue IoT in line with their core vision of using telemetry to drive sustainable use of the world's natural resources.

  • FeTu Awards & Standards
    FeTu

    Yorkshire clean energy business scoops prestigious Institute of Physics award

    FeTu, an Elland-based firm whose pioneering green-energy device has global potential to slash CO2 emissions by converting waste heat into electricity, has been awarded the prestigious Institute of Physics (IOP) Business Start-up Award for its ground-breaking technology.

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Science

Vodafone has partnered with Defra and Forest Research to investigate how Internet of Things (IoT) technology can help monitor tree growth and support research into the role of trees in tackling climate change, with trials currently underway in Surrey and Northumberland.

Bottles made of plastic that persist in the environment for hundreds of years could become a pollution of the past thanks to the discovery of an enzyme that eats the substance, and work by scientists to further improve it by engineering.

A future where microbial factories full of E.coli bacteria could be one of the solutions to carbon capture, plus the production of useful formic acid, has been imagined by Scientists from the University of Dundee, following work with industry partners.

A British team of scientists has successfully pioneered a way to enable manufacturers to convert CO2 into polyols, a key building block of polyurethane plastic, which is widely used to make a wide range of products.

Aluminium ion batteries developed by Taiwanese and USA research could displace the lead-acid batteries commonly found in automotive applications in just two years, visitors to the All Energy event in Glasgow discovered.

University science researchers have developed a new method they say has the potential to revolutionise the search for, design and production of new materials.

British scientists will continue vital Antarctic research into major issues facing the planet, thanks to a £100 million programme commissioned by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) that will take place over the next ten years.

The UK Space Agency's International Partnership Programme has kick-started a project to manage and protect 300 million hectares of tropical forests, with Edinburgh sustainability software and data company Ecometrica winning a contract worth more than £14 million.

Rising sea surface temperatures are causing marine-related tropical diseases and harmful algal blooms to spread towards the poles with recorded impact upon human health, a top marine and health scientist reveals.

Nature inspired nano-structures developed by a London university will mean smart windows can clean themselves, save energy and mimic moth eyes to cut glare.