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  • 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.

  • Aquabio Ltd Movers & Shakers
    Aquabio Ltd

    Water re-use firm's CSR cycle to work scheme results in donation to the SHIFT fund to Bike Worcester

    Worcester based company Aquabio Ltd, specialising in industrial water re-use and anaerobic digestion, have donated the proceeds of their corporate social responsibility SHIFT scheme to Bike Worcester, a local volunteer group with the aim of supporting more people to choose bikes as a regular mode of transport.

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Book/report launches

Environment Times has published it's Case Studies Collection for summer 2019 in both print and digital format.

The 52 page publication is packed with recent case history stories and products and services that span the range of the UK's booming green environmental industry.

Every year, the international COP talks encourage us to see our global leaders as catalysts for environmental change and a sustainable future. But a new report suggests we should instead look to our theatres, ballet companies and music venues for the real climate revolution.

A Canadian lawyer who retired to grow organic fruit has written a book claiming that alarmists, working with the UN and 'green special interest groups' have left humanity unprepared for extreme cold, heavy snow and crop failures.