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UK Steel issues safety warning on Chinese imports
Association : 11 March, 2015
UK Steel, the trade body for the UK steel industry, has issued a safety warning about the use of Chinese steel.
 
British steelmakers urge EU action on dumping of imports
Association : 04 February, 2015
Steelmakers in Britain are urging the European Commission to act on the dumping of cheap steel into EU markets on the back of data showing the recovery of the sector in the UK stuttered in 2014.
 
Distinguished engineer appointed to drive Ulster University composites research capability
Association : 11 November, 2014
One of the UK’s most influential and respected engineers has been appointed by Ulster University to further enhance the institution’s global research capability in the highly competitive area of composites and aerospace materials. Professor Eileen Harkin-Jones, has joined the university as its newly created Bombardier-Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair.
 
Climate Center: new refrigeration tube guidance set to unify UK with EU
Association : 16 June, 2014
Revised guidance on the selection of copper tube and fittings for use in refrigeration and air conditioning systems has been agreed by two leading industry bodies. The Institute of Refrigeration and British Refrigeration Association have collaborated on the important update, following a proposed change in the European Standard EN14276.
 
Folding scooter and a guitar stand scoop aluminium awards
Association : 21 May, 2014
A scooter that folds into a square the size of a piece of A4 paper and a guitar stand which incorporates an amplifier have scooped the top prizes in a national aluminium design competition. The two concepts were created by students at London South Bank University in ALFED’s Power of Aluminium Awards.
 
Radiation tolerant "cleaning" alga requisitioned to clean up effluent
Association : 22 April, 2014
A radiation tolerant alga capable of living in extreme conditions may soon be used to help clean-up effluent and wastewater produced by nuclear facilities.
 
Steel association calls for industry-wide safety audit
Association : 15 April, 2014
On the occasion of the Steel Safety Day (28 April), the World Steel Association (Worldsteel) is calling for an industry-wide safety audit across the steel industry. World Safety Day is held by the International Labour Organisation and aims to engage the entire steel industry as well as all related organisations with a cross section of employees and service providers, involving as many as four million people worldwide.
 
Four innovations areas for sustainable aviation include composites NDI
Association : 14 February, 2014
The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) will share its latest R&D initiatives for sustainable aviation at the Singapore Airshow 2014 at Changi Exhibition Centre, Booth D35 from 11-16 February. The innovations on display will focus on four key areas: aviation remanufacturing technology; analytics; aviation communications; and non-destructive Inspection (NDI) for composites and structures.
 
Materials stewardship toolkit for mineral and metal production managers
Association : 31 January, 2014
ICMM’s latest toolkit is an online resource that provides tools and industry-specific case studies of materials stewardship in practice. It is aimed at managers with corporate or operational responsibilities related to the production of minerals and metals.
 
Aluminium investment held back by energy tariffs, industry leaders warn
Association : 18 January, 2014
Investment in Britain’s aluminium sector is being held back by the high cost of energy in the country. This was one of the messages delivered to Business and Energy Minister Michael Fallon at a meeting with aluminium industry leaders.
 
British Lung Foundation targets trades people with asbestos awareness campaign
Association : 19 September, 2013
The British Lung Foundation (BLF) is launching ′Take 5 and Stay Alive’, a major campaign designed to raise awareness about the dangers of asbestos amongst tradespeople.
 
Study: Life cycle assessment approach to vehicle emissions regulation recommended
Association : 13 July, 2013
A new study commissioned by the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) says that with increasing efficiencies of powertrains and fuels that contribute to lower emissions during the driving phase of the car, the use of tailpipe CO2e emissions will become "almost irrelevant in terms of focusing on true carbon profiles’ of future vehicles. This study further underscores the need for a life cycle approach in future automotive emissions regulations as vehicle production phase emission impacts become more significant.
 
R&D collaborations on corrosion prevention and metal machining in Singapore
Association : 13 July, 2013
The Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech) has initiated three collaborative industry projects worth S$1.8m with the support of SPRING Singapore and Singapore Workforce Development Agency to help local companies strengthen technological capabilities, increase their productivity, and venture into growing markets. The roll-out of the collaborative industry projects was announced by Mr S Iswaran, Minister in Prime Minister’s Office, Second Minister, Home Affairs and Trade & Industry at SIMTech’s 20th anniversary gala dinner.
 
Concrete development tackled by mature post-grad student
Association : 13 July, 2013
Ground-breaking research into the structure of concrete is being conducted by an 82 year old PhD student from the University of Wolverhampton.
 
Nickel nanoparticles in sea urchins could provide key to climate control
Association : 24 June, 2013
A chance discovery by chemical engineers at Newcastle University has revealed that the humble sea urchin may hold the key to cost effective carbon capture and storage in the future.
 
Steel industry calls on member states to support life cycle approach to vehicle emissions
Association : 28 May, 2013
As negotiations on the EU review of the CO2 emissions from cars Regulation kick off today, the steel industry calls upon the Council to uphold Parliament’s amendment acknowledging the importance of a Life Cycle Assessment in emissions legislation after 2020.
 
Catalysis and Chemical Engineering: from nanometre to kilometre
Association : 18 May, 2013
Some of the smallest engines in the chemical engineering world come under the spotlight at a new conference from the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). Catalysis and Chemical Engineering is a new conference from IChemE and will look at the role of catalysis for a range of issues from securing plentiful energy supplies to protecting the environment. The Conference is being held in London, UK, on 4 June 2013.
 
Record PVC recycling in Europe in 2012
Association : 06 May, 2013
VinylPlus, the European PVC industry sustainable development programme, had a record 362,076 tonnes of PVC recycled last year, keeping it on track to meet the challenge of recycling 800,000 tonnes per year by 2020. A more comprehensive and wider scope for what constitutes ’recycled PVC’ has been adopted to include post-consumer and limited types of post-industrial PVC, as well as some of the regulated waste streams in the EU.
 
Published ISO standard defines calculation method of carbon dioxide emissions from iron and steel production
Association : 22 March, 2013
The World Steel Association (Worldsteel) is welcoming the publication of an ISO standard that defines a calculation method of carbon dioxide emission intensity from iron and steel production. The standard is based on the CO2 data collection methodology that has been used for the past five years in the steel industry.
 
Fluorescent-coated plastic film may lead to gesture-controlled PCs
Association : 25 February, 2013
Digital cameras, medical scanners, and other imaging technologies have advanced considerably during the past decade. Continuing this pace of innovation, an Austrian research team has developed an entirely new way of capturing images based on a flat, flexible, transparent, and potentially disposable polymer sheet.
 
Industry Affiliate Scheme aims to help organisations with materials selection
Association : 24 February, 2013
IOM3 has launched an all-new industry affiliate scheme (IAS) to assist small and large enterprises with their materials queries. The IAS understands that companies may not have in house expertise to select materials for their upcoming product ranges and offers an array of benefits.
 
EEF Survey: REACH regulations are 'Elephant in Room' for Industry as fears grow over awareness
Association : 14 January, 2013
Britain’s manufacturers are being urged to get to grips with the requirements of a European Directive on the restriction or banning of certain hazardous substances, or face the prospect of unlimited fines or even prison through a failure to comply.
 
 
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