Once again the problems caused by the burning of wheat and rice straw stubble in India are in the news. Each year millions of tonnes of crop residue, known as stubble are set alight to clear fields each October and November to facilitate the quick turnaround of crops. This burning r
We are at the IE Expo Shanghai on the European Commission Pavillion selected as best European companies who won the SME Intrument 1 grant. The first day has been a great success after presenting at the Forum.
In August this year we visited Bangor University’s Biorefining-Technology Transfer Centre at Mona on Anglesey to discuss a pilot scale moulder trial of our straw pulp. It was agreed that a two day trial should be carried out by the BioComposites Centre staff there. Trials were carri
Our straw pulping process produces a fibrous by-product. We have worked closely with Green Growth Platform in the past and were delighted when they put us in touch with their colleagues at the University of Brighton with a view to analysing our by-product and testing its suitability
Not only has 2015 heralded a worldwide increase in commercial interest in NER’s straw pulp process, it has also been the year in which we were chosen as one of nine of the most innovative start-ups from Climate-KIC UK’s Accelerator programme to pitch at their fourth UK Venture Comp
We are delighted to have won the Rushlight award for Sustainable Manufacturing & Services. Specifically designed to support and promote clean technologies, innovations and initiatives, these awards recognise our innovative low carbon, environmental and economical technology that u
We are very proud to have been selected to join the Climate KIC Accelerator programme organised by Imperial College London. Climate-KIC is the most credible and practical climate change community in Europe and brings together the most influential and commercially minded players in thi
Funding worth £25k has been secured via the West Sussex County Council ‘Be the Business grant’ to enable us further develop our pilot plant to produce marketable white straw pulp. Following our announcement of new pilot production plant that uses a new low carbon process to transform