Society for the Environment
Movers & Shakers
The Society for the Environment's boss recognised for female CEO excellence and Society also gives out Honary Fellowship to university professor
The Society for the Environment has been recognised twice in the inaugural Female CEO Excellence Awards, with an award for CEO, Dr Emma Wilcox, and for the Society's environmental professional register.
- Crowcon Health & safety
- Jacopa Water
- Adler & Allan Spill Control & Clean Up
A 20th birthday celebration has taken place at Professor Sue Roaf's pioneering Oxford house - the first in the UK to host a domestic photovoltaic installation.
Nestlé's factory near Newcastle upon Tyne is now converting a 'chocolate soup' of four tonnes of solid waste and 200,000 litres of liquid waste into renewable energy and clean water each day.
A Nottingham solar firm is helping the electricity bill of a school in Manila that educates children who live on waste dumps by raising money and installing solar panels, and a fresh cash appeal has been raised.
The gases from food waste are being split into high value graphene and renewable hydrogen in a European collaborative project, led by the North East England based Centre for Process Innovation, that aims to add economic value in a sustainable manner to food discards.
A high speed boat that normally transfers crew to offshore wind farms was involved in a drama on the River Mersey near Liverpool, and the actions of its crew are being praised for saving the life of a female cruise passenger.
One of Britain's highest solar installations has been completed 38 floors up on the roof of the 'Walkie Talkie' building in the City of London, sitting above a roof garden which opened to the public in the new year.
The power cables from an offshore windfarm 13 kilometres off the North Wales coast in Liverpool Bay have been installed and buried by the Reef Subsea company, in readiness for the supply of renewable electricity to homes early next year.
A new womens network aims to prevent the renewable energy industry becoming stubbornly set as male dominated, and is calling on ambitious women to join and represent their sector.
The Nestlé factory near Newcastle that makes treats such as fruit pastilles, gums and 'Rolo's' is toasting sweet success after good first year results from its anaerobic disgestion plant which provides power from confectionary residues.
Renewable structures in the marine environment have been given a boost from the opening of HR Wallingford's UK Ship Simulation Centre and the Fast Flow Facility at Howbery Business Park in Oxfordshire, officially opened by Lord Heseltine.