RT @mattadamw: While families paying ?? for food, farmers also absorbing eye-watering costs.
ECIU analysis found farmers pay +£1.1bn for fe…
Dec 7 2022 1:50pm
We are pleased to have the support of @innovateuk in accelerating our sustainable #fertilisers & to see Gov. back i… https://t.co/XBbRbHDEQA
Nov 17 2022 10:49am
Food and Agriculture took centre stage at #COP27 on Saturday showing the clear need for a shift towards alternative… https://t.co/795BG1x8FW
Nov 14 2022 7:46am
CCm Technologies, formally known as CCm Research, is an award-winning cleantech company, focused on resource optimization, including carbon capture and utilization (CCU).
CCm's technology converts captured carbon dioxide and other waste streams (such as Ammonia and Phosphate) into stable value-added materials with multiple uses across global priority sectors of food/agriculture, advanced materials & energy storage.
CCm Technologies was established in 2011 by four founding directors; Gordon Horsfield, Pawel Kisielewski, Peter Hammond, and Richard Morse, all of whom still work for the company at board level.
Capturing CO2 from Industrial Power Generators to Produce Sustainable Fertilizers
The LAS MkII Scintillometer by Kipp & Zonen can detect sensible heat fluxes over long distances, up to 4.5km.
The Vocus CI-TOF from TOFWERK provides real-time chemical ionization measurements.
The Hiden LAS provides leak analysis of sealed packages.
Ahead of The Greener Manufacturing Show in Cologne on the 9th and 10th of November 2022, AZoCleanTech spoke with Peter Sarno, event director of the show, about the push for sustainable industrial solutions.
Following on from the Contamination & Geotech Expo, AZoCleantech speaks with Barnaby Hayward from P&D Marine Services about his involvement in the clean technology sector and the company’s innovative water management solution - the Jellyfishbot.
Vijay Madlani - Katrick Technologies
AZoCleantech speaks to the Co-CEO of Katrick Technologies to discuss the company's innovative wind panel solution designed with aerofoils to harness energy that can be routed directly to the grid or battery system.