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CEB spin out Enval’s technology showcased on Sky News

last modified Jul 04, 2017 04:18 PM
The recycling breakthrough that's being overlooked

Enval’s technology was recently showcased on Sky News as part of the Sky Ocean Rescue Project, a campaign that aims to educate and inspire people to reduce the amount of plastic waste produced every day. Sky News Correspondent, Becky Johnson, visited Enval’s commercial-scale plant in the UK and saw the waste packaging being fed to the plant and the aluminium it produces, ready for reintroduction to the aluminium supply chain to make new aluminium products.

 

 

Enval is one of the spin-out companies from this department and is now a leader in recycling and environmental technologies. The company originally developed from the work of Dr Carlos Ludlow-Palafox and Professor Howard Chase at this Department.

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