Lancaster University to provide more than £11.4 million in support to regional business

North West businesses and the regional economy is set to benefit from more than £11.4 million of support through three new programmes launched by Lancaster University. The programmes combined will drive innovation and help create...

Early starts and a busy schedule all in a weeks work for an account...

MONDAY Mondays are usually spent in the office with my team, and this morning we’re discussing our current sales and marketing activity, and I’m also reviewing our overall marketing strategy to ensure we’re meeting the...

New hydrogen production method could support sustainable fuel creation

A new method of extracting hydrogen from water more efficiently could help underpin the capture of renewable energy in the form of sustainable fuel, scientists say. In a new paper, published today in the journal...

SIA Raises £1,000 for Mental Health UK Charity

The Solvents Industry Association has proudly presented a cheque for £1,000 to the charity, Mental Health UK, which was the amount raised by SIA Members at their recent Annual General Meeting raffle event. Presenting the...

Playing with Fire – SIA Collaborate with Gin Guild on Ethanol Safety Awareness

The Solvents Industry Association has produced a safety poster to highlight the dangers of handling ethanol solutions for distillers. In recent years there has been a huge increase in the number of distillers in the...

Breaking new ground – finding the right logistics partner in new territories

The choice of a logistics partner can make or break a business, especially when operating in a new territory for the first time. When it comes to finding the right one, it pays to...

Fertiliser scheme could solve Mexico’s seaweed problem

Mexico’s tourist beaches could be cleared of rotting seaweed by a new scheme to turn it into fertiliser and fuel. University of Exeter scientists are working on plans to collect Sargassum seaweed and use a...

Research and industry leaders to develop technologies of tomorrow

Research partnerships to keep the UK at the cutting edge of efforts to develop quantum computers and hybrid electric vehicles, reduce the time and cost of producing new drugs and protect against cyber...

Sunlight degrades polystyrene much faster than expected

Polystyrene persists in the environment for millennia, according to some international governmental agencies. This estimate is based on the amount of time required for microbes to break down the plastic. But now researchers have challenged...

Optimising the WWT process

At OMEX we understand the importance of keeping the wastewater treatment facility at optimum performance. Below our operations manager, Dimitris Theodoridis, highlights the key points to acheve the best performance from your WWT plant:   Keep the...