EnTRESS Inaugural Workshop
Wednesday 18th October at 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm| Free
Nature’s biodegradable polymers. Made by people for people
Presenters: Dr Iza Radecka & Professor Marek Kowalczuk
The Environmental Technology and Resource Efficiency Support Service (EnTRESS) in collaboration with the University of Wolverhampton’s Doctoral College is very pleased to invite you to its inaugural workshop on Bioplastics.
EnTRESS supports Black Country SMEs on the adoption of environmental technologies and resource efficiency processes for the use, recycling and recovery of materials and resources. This presentation will look at the significant contribution of the University of Wolverhampton in tackling the global plastics problem, through the development of Bioplastics.
With traditional manufactured plastic waste accumulating at rates in excess of 25 million tonnes per year, innovative solutions need to be found. Bioplastics are biodegradable, but also have practical applications in the medical, agriculture, packaging and manufacturing industries.
Attend this event to find out more on how Bioplastics are made, their industrial applications and new processes to increase their rate of production. Attendees will also learn about funding opportunities in this area along with details of the support available through EnTRESS.
What can EnTRESS offer your business?
If you’re a Black Country SME interested in innovative environmental technologies and improving resource efficiency within your business then please contact the EnTRESS team. We work across a variety of sectors, and with key stakeholders, to deliver the following fully funded support for Black Country SMEs:-
• One to one mentoring and business support on environmental technologies
• Engaging with leading academic researchers on R&D projects
• Provide in-house baseline audits on resource efficiency
• Identifying new market opportunities
• Offering exhibition space at leading industry networking events
For further details on EnTRESS please contact:
Tel: 01902 321871