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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
Best LIFE Environment Projects Award
Our highly sucessful Bread4PLA project has been nominated for the
LIFE Citizens Award.
The project demonstrated that 175,000 tonnes of bakery waste can be made into biodegradable film in closed loop recycling.
Please cast your vote on the EU Survery website. Public voting ends 30th May.
BEACON finalist for RegioStars Award
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.
The kick-off meeting for a feasibility study looking at Innovative Wood Composite Poles was held at the BC in Bangor. Read more...
On 5th of May the Met Office hosted a fact finding workshop for the NRN-LCEE at their state of the art facility in Exeter. Read more...
Several members of BC have contributed to a new book: 'Environmental Impacts of Traditional and Innovative Forest-based Bioproducts'. Read more...
Elie Mansour, PhD student at BC talked about his work looking at insulation material and its contribution on indoor air quality. Read more...
Graham Ormondroyd is on a STSM at NIBIO to learn DNA sequencing methods to assess very early decay in timber. Read more...
BC’s BREAD4PLA project has been shortlisted as one of the ‘Best LIFE Environmental projects’ by a panel of EU experts. Closed loop recycling could utilize 175,000 tonnes of excess bakery residue currently produced in Europe. Read more...
BC exhibited at Woodbuild Wales in Cardiff on 17th March. It was an opportunity to promote recent research on construction related materials to an audience of architects, construction & building companies. Read more...
BC exhibited at the Hidden Worlds Exhibition at Bangor University as part of British Science Week. Read more...
BC exhibited at EcoBuild, 8-9th March 2016, as part of the ECO-SEE project. Our display highlighted the work to date. Read more...
Members of the BC materials group have recently contributed to a new book ‘Wood Composites’ edited by Dr. Martin Ansell and published by Woodhead Publishing. Read more...