Valpak is a membership organisation providing waste and recycling advice. It worked with the University of Bath on a Higher Skills project to deliver training in product Life Cycle Assessment.
University of Plymouth engingeering graduate, Russell Lloyd set up Eco Filtration Solutions with the help and support from the University's Research and Innovation Department.
Beckton Dickinson is a global medical technology company and having identified a need to reduce its energy usage, the company worked with the University of Plymouth on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP).
Bandvulc Tyres, manufacturers of remoulded truck tyres, have taken part in a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with the University of Plymouth aimed at reducing the company's environmental impact.
Housing association, Two Rivers Housing is working with the University of the West of England on a sustainability initiative called 'Action Through Innovation' via a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP).
Identifying a need for an additional member of staff within the Flood Incident Team, the Environment Agency took on a graduate via Bournemouth University's STRIDE placement programme.