The Chemistry of Conflict: Incendiary Disputes – Part 2

In the second and concluding part of this paper, Forensic Engineering Expert Professor Robert Jackson and Construction Lawyer Peter McHugh continue to discuss the...

Waste in the UK’s route to net zero

To reach net zero by 2050, as the quickest and most affordable way to reduce emissions, carbon efficiency must be a critical focus writes...

The Chemistry of Conflict: Incendiary Disputes – Part 1

In the first half of this paper, Forensic Engineering Expert Professor Robert Jackson and Construction Lawyer Peter McHugh discuss the risks to sustainability borne...

Controlling the quality of biofuels with gas chromatography

Case study: Argent Energy Argent Energy is the UK’s leading supplier of biodiesel, taking waste fats – such as used cooking oils, tallow and sewer...

RHI reforms boosts biogas as a future energy source

With drastic global changes in weather patterns, hurricanes and a diminishing ozone layer, today investing in a clean, renewable energy source is the way...

Oxford Sustainable Fuels to tackle plastic crisis by recycling waste into fuels

The company is based on the work of Oxford academics who cracked the pyrolysis oil technology conundrum, allowing the transformation of plastic into transportation...

Top tips on toxic gas treatment to prolong AD plant lifespan  

Developing an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant doesn’t come cheap. Costs range from £100,000 up to as much as £24m. When calculating their costings and...