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Sustainability is no longer a fringe issue but a key corporate responsibility for businesses seeking to develop and grow. BC Technologies will help you meet your environmental obligations... and your commercial objectives
Nano-biomaterials for Water Purification
Newton Fund Researcher Links Workshop
Best LIFE Environment Projects Award
Our highly sucessful Bread4PLA project received an Enviroment LIFE Programme
LIFE Citizens Award .
The project demonstrated that 175,000 tonnes of bakery waste can be made into biodegradable film in closed loop recycling.
Since 1989, BC (or The BioComposites Centre) has been at the forefront of research, development and the commercial application of bio-based alternatives to synthetic materials in manufacturing and industry.
Today, in a world where sustainability and the environment are moving to the top of the agenda, we offer businesses of all kinds the knowledge and the technical means to put those alternatives into practice, helping them lower costs, increase productivity and make their activities more environmentally and socially responsible.
BC staff have contributed to a new book 'Advanced High Strength Natural Fibre Composites in Construction'. Read more...
The Minister for Skills and Science, Julie James, officially opened Suprex on Monday 10th October. Suprex is a spin out company from the CO2 Lab. Read more...
BC held its Master Class on 'Back to Basics: Wood structure and its influence on board properites, durability and fibre quality' on 13th- 14th September. See Review...
BC has joined the Ellen MacArthur Foundation Network Universities. This programme aims to enable collaborative ventures and knowledge exchange across policy makers, business and academia outside the Foundation’s formal programmes by showcasing relevant academic work globally. Read more...
R.T. Durai Prabhakaran, currently working as part of our NRN-LCEE Plants & Architecture team, has won Newton Funding to run a Researcher Links workshop in Kerala, India. Read more...