The Energy & Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI) at Aston University in Birmingham, develops and provides practical bioenergy, energy-from-waste, bioproducts and energy systems solutions for companies and local authorities in the UK and beyond.
In addition to academic research, the Energy & Bioproducts Research Institute provides support directly to businesses. EBRI helps organisations explore the growing low carbon markets and the opportunities they offer. This includes offering specialist support, cutting-edge technologies and bespoke events, including the highly acclaimed EBRI ‘Value from Waste’ Master Class.
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- Sustainability health checks: help for businesses25 January 2021More and more customers want to buy from suppliers with sustainability at the heart of their organisation. The post Sustainability health checks: help for businesses appeared first on EBRI.
- Bicycle tyre waste – new case study22 January 202144,000 tonnes of cycle tyres and inner tubes go to landfill every year in the UK. The post Bicycle tyre waste – new case study appeared first on EBRI.
- Charcoal and biochar22 January 2021Discover how Caradoc Charcoal, an innovative, family business based in rural Shropshire benefited from EBRI’s support and guidance in helping them to explore a new commercial avenue – recovering the biochar by-product left over after burning firewood, and turning it into a marketable product. The post Charcoal and biochar appeared first on EBRI.
- Aston University awarded The Guardian ‘University of the Year’25 November 2020EBRI is delighted to share the news that Aston University has been awarded The Guardian ‘University of the Year’ in recognition of our university’s commitment to sustainability, our graduate outcomes, as well as our diversity and inclusion activity. The post Aston University awarded The Guardian ‘University of the Year’ appeared first on EBRI.
- Is your business seeking new skills for sustainable growth?25 November 2020Aston University can provide you with flexible student placements able to support the resilience and growth potential of your business. The post Is your business seeking new skills for sustainable growth? appeared first on EBRI.