When staff complained of a stuffy office, CO2, temperature and humidity monitoring resulted in the installation of an MVHR system to improve air for Hall-Fast.
An analysis of data from trials helped Morris Vermaport when they wanted evidence to prove the energy efficiency of their ecocell lift.
An energy review and monitoring project led to environmental recommendations for Castle Heights, an office building in Nottingham city centre.
An implementation grant towards a new oven helped hardware manufacturer Ciseco to increase production.
Injection moulding company Captive Closures, approached us with concerns over the quality and reliability of their existing lighting.
This Leicester based charity came to us for advice on the refurbishment of their new building. We gave them advice on how to be sustainable while keeping down the bills.
We helped to conduct trials in the development of this new product - a stove-top fan to help with efficient room heating.
This social enterprise came to us for advice on how to manage the newly acquired land for their proposed site which was to be used for therapeutic organic horticulture.
When WEGO wanted to go carbon neutral, they came to us for help with the options available for expanding their eco-friendly fleet of vehicles.
Concrete Preservation Technologies used 3D modelling and rapid prototyping technologies at the ETC to help them develop a new product and improve product and process quality.
The Naked Horse approached the ETC to use specialised equipment in diagnosis of lameness.
The ETC advised Garrard Jones on energy cost cutting measures.
Forest Farm needed advice on eco-friendly ways to dispose of organic waste.
Fibretech approached the ETC with an idea for a new product made from alloy used in vehicle exhausts.
Captive Closures came to us when they needed to reduce their energy consumption and cut bills.
Joseph Clayton and Sons tannery asked the ETC to help them improve drying times for tanned leather.
Thermal stratification in the drying room at Mansfield Anodisers was causing uneven drying of coatings. Our cheap and cheerful solution led to a controlled and speedier drying process.
The ETC advised Doddington Hall about appropriate sustainable energy sources for their new venture.
Micromesh knew they were wasting heat and energy during the manufacture of hydraulic filters. We helped them reduce wastage, cut costs and improve working conditions by introducing induction heating.
We helped Performance Joinery meet emission requirements and appease their neighbours by recommending modifications to cyclone chambers.
J&A garment printers were using too much water in their printing processes. We introduced them to water recovery technologies.
This braid and trimming manufacturer enquired about more efficient means of heating their workshop. Air mixing fans helped to keep the workforce warm.
Wittswood were paying for sawdust waste from their timber products to be taken away. After consulting the ETC they invested in a briquette machine that now transform their waste into a new product.
Special Pack came to us for help when residents complained of odours caused by the processing of bones for dog treats. Find out how biofilters helped to solve the problem.
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