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Sustainable Food & Beverage Manufacturing Conference & Exhibition

MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM Birmingham Dec 2nd 2015

Driving Sustainability through Collaboration Connecting Key Stakeholders Responsible for Delivering a Sustainable Food & Beverage Industry

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MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM Birmingham Dec 2nd 2015

Driving Sustainability through Collaboration Firstly, thanks to everyone that made last year’s event such a success. Over 500 delegates from the food and beverage manufacturing, retail, foodservice and agriculture industry across the UK and abroad attended the inaugural Sustainable Food & Beverage Manufacturing Conference & Exhibition, which was held at the MotorCycle Museum, Birmingham . The speakers at the Conference were carefully selected from senior management within the food and drink industry, both at home and abroad, who had a successful track record of delivering quantifiable eco results in sustainable food and beverage manufacturing and throughout the supply chain. The audience were treated to a day of compelling presentations and discussions with leading companies such Nestle, Mondelez, ABP Food Group, William Jackson Food Group, First Milk, Tesco, Asda etc. The 2015 event is being held once again in the Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham. Due to the exceptional response to the 2014 event and the demand for an annual forum to discuss sustainability issues through the entire food chain, it was decided to expand the event with so that stakeholders from the entire food chain including food and beverage manufactures, retailers, food service companies, agriculture producers are able to share their knowledge on how to create a sustainable food and beverage industry.

Key Event Topics • Energy Efficiency • Water Use Reduction • Sustainable Packaging • Sustainable  Logistics & Supply Chain • Sustainable Energy • Sustainable Ingredients • Waste Reduction • Environmental Stewardship • Recycling • Food Waste • Lifecycle Engineering

This event will bring together key stakeholders and regulatory bodies from food and beverage manufacturers, food retailers, food service companies, the agriculture industry, ingredient manufacturers, plus key suppliers of energy, water, engineering, packaging, supply chain, logistics, emissions reduction and waste to energy technology and services that have been instrumental in creating a sustainable food and beverage business. Finally I would like to personally thank all of the speakers, sponsors and exhibitors who have contributed to making this conference possible. Without their support it would not be possible to stage such a comprehensive event. If you are interested in presenting, sponsoring or exhibiting next year please do not hesitate to contact me. I hope you have a very enjoyable day. Regards

Colin Murphy Colin Murphy, Managing Director, Sustainable Food & Beverage Manufacturing Conference & Exhibition Supporting Associations

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Speakers John O’Maoileoin Corporate Responsibility Dairy Crest John is an award winning corporate social responsibility and communications professional with 12 years-experience of working in fast moving, diverse and commercially driven environments including Dairy Crest PLC and Tesco PLC. He recognises that when corporate responsibility is done well it’s not only good for the environment and society it also sparks innovative business ideas, increases employee engagement, helps a company gain a better understanding of its customers, reduces risks and increases profits. With strong influencing skills he has worked successfully at all levels (internally and externally) and has experience of reporting into management board and CEO level. Specialties: Corporate responsibility, community investment, communicating, influencing, strategic thinking and commercial acumen • Top of the BITC CR Index 2014 – The only company to achieve 4.5 stars • FT Corporate Responsibility Company of the Year 2014 – Finalist • Mondelez International Leading Light Award 2013, FINALIST • Individual Corporate Responsibility Award 2012 (Game Changer) • Dairy Crest ‘Highly Commended’ Business in the Community Responsible Company of the Year 2013

Nigel Holden Head of Energy, Environment & Engineering – The Co-operative Group Nigel leads the Co-operative Group’s Energy Procurement, Energy Efficiency, Carbon Management, Renewable Development, and Engineering programmes. Achievements includes: • Establishing and leading a talented team of energy, environmental & engineering professionals. • Market leading approach to energy procurement, risk management & green energy. 16,000 supplies, 10,000 smart metered. • Established and growing Energy Procurement Consortium for 35 external organisations. • Delivering 40% absolute energy savings, and 45% reduction in carbon emissions v 2006 baseline. • Director of three windfarms, on track to generate 25% of our own power by 2017. • Cost savings in excess of £100m. • Head of Engineering & Sustainability on One Angel

Square, The Group’s new Head Office. The first such building in the UK to be accreditated as BREAAM Outstanding (96.2%). • Directing national waste back-hauling project for 3000 food stores, saving £2m per annum. • Chair of the Retail Energy Forum. • Advisor on the Greater Manchester Energy Working Group for the Association Of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA), Low Carbon Hub.

Richard Laxton Global Sustainability Manager Arla Foods Richard Laxton is the sustainability manager at Arla and was responsible for developing the first dairy to achieve zero waste to landfill.

Aurelie Oberti Cocoa Sustainability Coordinator Barry Callebaut Aurelie Manages cocoa sustainability projects for Barry Callebaut for key origin countries, with responsibilities encompassing design, coordination, implementation, fundraising and budgeting.She is responsible for rolling out Barry Callebaut’s global sustainability strategy by driving projects across the different origins: e.g. sustainable certification for smallholder cooperatives in West Africa, sustainable agriculture program in Brazil.

Andrew Edlin Group Environment and Sustainability Director – 2 Sisters Food Group Andrew Edlin is Sustainability Director for 2 Sisters Food Group, a Birmingham based multi category international food manufacturer, the third largest in the UK. With two decades of experience in CSR, sustainability and business ethics, he worked globally for FTSE listed Utility, Manufacturing and Support Services businesses before joining the food industry in 2012. Most recently he has been responsible for leading the development of the company’s sustainability plan “Feeding Our Future”, launched in 2015, and an innovative internal and external crowdsourcing approach to stakeholder engagement and dialogue.

Gavin Milligan Group Sustainability Director William Jackson Food Group Gavin Milligan holds a PhD from the University of London and worked for 9 years in the chemical industry before moving to the food sector. He has worked for a number of businesses ranging from SMEs to blue chip corporates in supply chain, operations and commercial roles and is currently Group Sustainability Director for the William Jackson Food Group. He is a

former member of the sustainability steering group of the FDF, sits on the steering group of WRAP’s Product Sustainability Forum and the consumer sustainable lifestyles engagement working group at IGD, is a committee member of the RSC’s agriculture interest group and chairs the Agri-food member interest group at Campden BRI.

Darran Messem Managing Director – Carbon Trust – CHAIRMAN Darran Messem leads the Carbon Trust’s pioneering certification team, and leads the Carbon Trust’s international development. Darran’s international experience includes being a Director of companies in Canada, the US, China and South Africa, and the UK. Before joining the Carbon Trust in 2010 Darran was Vice President Fuel Development for Royal Dutch Shell, and General Manager Market Development for British Airways. Darran graduated with a First in Geography from Cambridge University and holds a post-graduate diploma in Marketing. Beyond the Carbon Trust, Darran is Chairman of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, a public-private partnership sponsored by the UK Department for Transport, and he is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.

Tom Cumberlege Senior Consultant Carbon Trust Tom is an experienced consultant helping businesses to tackle diverse sustainability issues across a range of sectors such as agriculture, FMCG, financial services and luxury goods. His advice enables clients to realise low carbon investment opportunities across their value chains, conduct product footprinting projects and supply chain engagement and financing solutions. He has also developed guidance for the GHG Protocol’s Scope 3 Standard on behalf of the World Resources Institute.

Louise Nicholls – Head Of Responsible Sourcing, Food Plan A and Packaging Marks & Spencer Part of the small team that developed the M&S groundbreaking Plan A, a 100 point, 5 year plan to address a wide range of environmental and social issues. Worked for Marks and Spencer for over 20 years, initially as a Food Technologist, and then in IT and HR before developing and managing M&S leading Ethical trade programme 10 years ago. Currently my role is to manage the Foods business implementation and strategic development of M&S Plan A. On a day to day basis I deal with issues as diverse as sustainable

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Speakers fish sourcing, labour and environmental standards in factories, animal welfare, food miles, genetic modification, fair trade and climate change. Specialties: Stakeholder engagement,strategy and policy development, supply chain implementation, Ethical Trading, Environment.

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Gerard Cleary Chief Finacial Officer Glenisk A native of Killeigh, Co Offaly, Ger Cleary is a Director of Glenisk, Ireland’s largest yogurt maker. Ger has worked full time with the family business for the past 20 years. Ger is a former finalist of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year programme; in 2007 & 2014, he was selected as one of eight finalists in the Industry category, in recognition of his contribution to the growth of Glenisk. He speaks frequently at events in Ireland and overseas, sharing the story of Glenisk’s success and his insights on business and innovation. He is also a Member of Council of the Small Firms Association & Microfinance Ireland. A graduate of University College, Dublin Ger holds a Bachelor of Commerce honours degree.

Cheryl Robinson Sustainability Associate Asda Cheryl Robinson is the KTP Associate and Sustainability Assistant for Asda Stores Ltd. and the University of Leeds. Her work primarily consists of customer insight and consumer behaviour change. On a quarterly basis she surveys 20,000 of Asda’s customers to gain quality, primary data that help explain how everyday consumers think and act in terms of sustainability. She is also responsible for a joint project between Asda and the University of Leeds which aims to help consumers all across the UK reduce household food waste. This project consists of designing behaviour change interventions, conducting them and measuring their impact through data collection and analysis. She is currently working on the second round of interventions to take place in August 2015. A key aspect of this work is engaging with customers to both ensure the project’s success and to continually improve Asda’s green performance.

Cheryl completed her MSC Sustainability (Environmental Consultancy and Project Management) in 2014 at the University of Leeds. For her dissertation she designed a behaviour change intervention for Asda; for which she received the MSC Sally MacGill Memorial Prize.

Sarah Tulej Food and sustainable business advisor Forum for the Future I work in Forum’s sustainable business and food teams. A lot of my time is spent creating ambitious sustainability strategies with companies in the food, apparel and retail sectors. I deliver Forum’s work on sustainability and brands, including running a specialist network for major consumer brands, exploring how brands create demand for more sustainable products, services and lifestyles. I’m passionate about creating a truly sustainable food system and have worked on projects exploring the future of grain (and our food supply!), how producers in developing countries can get more value for what they make, and the future of retail. I manage Forum’s relationships with Marks and Spencer, PepsiCo, MAS Holdings and Kyocera. I’m an experienced facilitator, researcher and futurist and love putting these skills to work to help organisations spot opportunities and create future-proof strategies. I have also lived and worked in Mumbai, and am part of ‘team India’ at Forum, putting sustainability on the agenda of Indian businesses. Before working here I completed Forum’s MA in Leadership for Sustainable Development, an intensive programme combining academic study, leadership training and business experience (including stints at TUI Travel, central government and Delhaize Group). Before becoming a sustainability thoroughbred (!) I worked in the world of urban regeneration, working for the government in situations that included digging bore holes in the Liverpool Docks to meeting Boris’s team at City Hall to puzzle over housing policy. Bore holes aside, I realised my heart lay in sustainability and went on to join the Forum team in 2012.

Daniel Crossley Executive Director Food Ethics Council Dan Crossley is Executive Director at the Food Ethics Council, a charity that works with businesses, government and civil society to address ethical concerns at the heart of decision-making about food and farming. Dan has worked on food sustainability issues for over a decade. He was formerly acting Head of Food at Forum for the Future, where he advised many of the world’s leading food businesses and Government, and also previously worked for a food manufacturing company. Dan was co-chair of the consumer behaviour working group of Defra’s Green Food Project and chaired the Sustainable Food Supply

Chain Commission. Dan is a member of the Food Climate Research Network Advisory Board.

Duncan Williamson Food Policy Manager WWF UK Duncan has been working internationally in the field of sustainable systems for 20 years. For the last seven, he has been leading WWF UK’s food work while also leading the international WWF Network’s position on sustainable diets and coordinating its work on sustainable food security- which recently co-produced a report with the Food Ethics Council entitled: From Individual to Collective action; exploring the business cases for addressing sustainable food security. Duncan is the originator of WWF’s ongoing Livewell project, which demonstrates that a healthy diet can be sustainable. He is a Director at Eating Better, a cross sectorial coalition on NGOs working on meat consumption. Duncan sits on the Food Clime Research Network’s advisory board. Duncan has an MSC in Sustainable Environment Management and a BA Hons in Philosophy. He has lived and set up projects in Greece, Thailand and on the Galapagos.

Michael McDermott Corporate Sustainability Manager Warburtons As the corporate sustainability lead for Warburtons, Michael has responsibility for all aspects of the businesses sustainability programmes which focus on Carbon Management, Waste Management, Sustainable Supply, Health & Wellbeing and Community Investment. Originally training and qualifying as a Corporate lawyer, Michael has extensive experience of working at board level with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders across private, public and third sectors. Michael sits on a number of national steering groups including the Food & Drink Sustainability Committee and Courtauld 2025 Development Steering Group. In 2015, one of Warburtons sustainability projects won the FDF Health & Wellbeing award for their National School Visitors education programme.

Andy Green Sustainability Sales Manager BM TRADA Andy Green is BM TRADA’s Sustainability Sales Manager and works extensively with clients on sustainability projects. Predominately Andy focuses on the food, home and personal care industries and has been instrumental in supporting the uptake of certified sustainable palm oil. Andy was central to

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Speakers the development of BM TRADA’s Responsibly Sourced Scheme for Soy, Cocoa and Sugar and is passionate about finding an effective route to demonstrate sustainability on a range of products, whilst limiting the increase in auditing requirements. With an increasing demand for sustainability and traceability a number of IT platforms are developing to support these. These range from online claims platforms, trading platforms and ‘eye’ in the sky type mapping systems that plot forest cover loss and land use changes in agriculture. It is possible to develop a common approach to help supplement or in some cases replace the need for physical auditing. How can we meet the need for transparency and traceability whilst avoiding huge increases in costs and bureaucracy or should the need for traceability be questioned in the first place? Having studied Environment and Development Andy serves on the RSPO Communications and Claims Standing Committee and acted as technical facilitator for the RSPO during the supply chain certification standards review and Communications and Claims rules review. Andy is committed to the aims of sustainability standards, the benefits of independent certification and the need to ensure a harmonised approach to audit requirements. There is some misunderstanding regarding the accuracy and appropriate applications of both nutrition calculations and laboratory analysis. This presentation will explain how the strengths & weaknesses of both can be used to the advantage of the food manufacturer in order to ensure the greatest benefit and accuracy.

Dr. Kyle Crombie Head of Sustainability and ESOS Green Energy With a PhD in biomass pyrolysis for bioenergy and C sequestration as well as a Master’s degree in Chemistry with Environmental Chemistry (both from the University of Edinburgh), Dr Kyle Crombie has an excellent understanding of the growing need for renewable energy and maintain the environment. Dr Kyle Crombie currently leads the Sustainability and ESOS department at Green Energy Consulting – a leading independent UK commercial energy consultancy.

Professor Saphwan Al-Assaf Professor at the Hydrocolloids Research Centre at the University of Chester Professor Saphwan Al-Assaf is the Director of the Hydrocolloids Research Centre at the University of Chester. He gained his PhD in 1997 from Salford University in the field of radiation and solution properties of hyaluronan and cross linked form (Hylan). Professor Al-Assaf has secured research funding from various industrial collaborators and has published more than 100 papers and holds ten patents. Professor Al-Assaf is a technical Expert

and consultant for the International Atomic Energy Agency in his area of expertise and sits on the editorial board of the international Journal of Food Science & Technology and the International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. His current research interests mainly focus on the structure-function relationship of hydrocolloids, molecular assemblies, formulations, emulsion technology and encapsulation.

Liam Dowd Director of Strategy and Marketing Ethical Corporation I currently lead Ethical Corporation’s strategy and marketing across all divisions (magazine, reports, conferences, marketing). I build strategy and implement systems to promote Ethical Corporation as the global go-to-place for business intelligence on responsible business. Ethical Corporation’s mission is to help businesses around the globe do the right thing by their customers and the world. We believe this is not only how to guarantee a future for all, but makes good business sense. I’m also tasked with heading up the marketing and helping shape the strategy of Incite Group’s EMEA division. My move to Incite Group followed the merger of Useful Social Media and Incite MC. The Incite Group provides business intelligence to company’s looking to improve their customers’​experience, either through; marketing – social media – customer service – communications or data analytics.

Steven Tompkins Senior Consultant ADAS UK Ltd Steven leads a team of consultants at ADAS who work with clients such as PepsiCo, M&S and SABMiller to help build sustainable raw material supply chains, which reduce risks to the business and create competitive advantage. His experience includes engaging with agricultural producers to identify risks and opportunities, setting company strategy on key sustainability issues and advising on compliance issues. Alongside work for commercial clients Steven provides policy advice and support to government bodies such as EFSA, European Union directorates, Environment Agency, and Defra.

Steve Barker – Head of Energy Efficiency & Environmental Care Programme, Siemens Steve is currently the head of the ‘energy efficiency and environmental Care’ programme in the Siemens “Industry Sector” business in the UK . Steve is a chartered engineer with over 25 years post graduate experience. After several year experience as a power engineer in both end users and OEMs, Steve joined Siemens in 1990. Steve was part of Lord Teverson’s inquiry into private sector energy management that was launched in parliament in March 2011. Steve is also a former chairman of an IEC international

standards committee and is the current chairman of the VSD group of the UK industry association Gambica – as well as being a member of the supervisory council for the energy services and technology association (ESTA). Steve is also a fellow of Lord Redesdale’s energy managers association (EMA). Over the last seven years, Steve has been responsible for developing the Siemens Industry Sector UK strategy for energy management across a vast range of products, solutions and services. Steve has also developed and deployed a number of positive cashflow finance models and energy performance contacts.

Paul Buckley MES Consultant Lighthouse Systems Paul has 30 years’ experience in Manufacturing, working for high quality Factory Automation and MES Suppliers. He has a detailed understanding of the Manufacturing Processes involved in Packaging, Canning (both 2 Piece and 3 Piece Cans) Food & Beverage, Glass, Battery Manufacturing and the Medical & Pharmaceutical industry. Having managed both the Commercial and MES Divisions in Wonderware UK for 5 years, he joined Lighthouse Systems, 7 years ago. Paul now has specific responsibilities in developing the Food & Beverage Sector, managing multinational/multisite companies with their application and use of Lighthouse’s Shopfloor-Online Software from raw materials to finished goods and all points in-between.

Emmanuel Audoin Project Manager Food Sustainability Biofuels at Bureau His job is to identify, benchmark and developp new food related certification or auditing/inspection services, to coordinate Bureau Veritas ressources and services on these new products (from sales to auditor’s qualification, and service delivery). Emmanuel has been working within Bureau Veritas France Food Department since 2010 as project Manager for new Agro related services (Biofuel, Palm Oil, Pesticides, Pest Control, Gluten Free…). Prior to working for BV, Emmanuel has worked for about 15 years in various fields related to agricultural business. He graduated as an engineer in agriculture.

Clare Brass Director SEED Foundation Royal College of Art Clare Brass, designer, helps drive the creation of positive social and environmental futures. She was Leader of Sustainability at Design Council before setting up SEED Foundation, exploring design-led

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Speakers entrepreneurship. She is a skilled business coach, helping young entrepreneurs turn their concepts for sustainable businesses into credible enterprise propositions. Clare set up and is now Head of SustainRCA, a cross-departmental research centre for sustainability at the Royal College of Art, inspiring, encouraging and supporting students from all Schools – Design, Architecture, Communications, Materials and Art – to embrace sustainability in their work. Beyond the RCA, through mentoring, workshops and consultancy, Clare helps people use their creative skills to find innovative responses to social and environmental issues. Clare is a mentor for the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, and is Senior Design Tutor in IDE (Innovation Design Engineering) where she is responsible for guiding students in Sustainability and Enterprise.

Diane Stevenson Director of Sustainability CSC Sugar LLC Diane is a key player in changing the way the industry thinks about sustainable options for cane sugar up and down the supply chain. In her prior role at CSC as Director of Quality and Research and Development, she helped many large brands revise their specifications for color resulting in the uptake of more sustainable options for purchasers of liquid sugar in the US market. In her current role in Sustainability, as the Vice-Chair of Bonsucro and a member of Fairtrade International’s Product Advisory Council for cane sugar, Diane works to increase the supply of sustainability sourced sugar for the global market. CSC is a leading importer of raw sugar into the US from Mexico and Central and South America supplying US refiners and food processors. Diane holds a BS in Food Science from the University of Illinois, an MS in Food Science from Cornell, an MBA from the University of Connecticut and an MDiv from Yale University.

Mark Varney Director of Food FareShare Mark is Director of Food at FareShare and leads a team responsible for FareShare’s partnerships with companies in the UK food industry. FareShare is a unique charity fighting hunger and its underlying causes by redistributing surplus food to more than 2 000 local charities across the UK. By ensuring good food is not wasted, FareShare turns an environmental problem into a solution, helping to feed over 100 000 vulnerable people every day. He led the development and publication of the innovative FareShare Food Efficiency Framework which was launched earlier this year and has represented FareShare at a number of cross-industry working groups.

Dr. John Lever – Senior Lecturer in Sustainability - Strategy, Marketing & Economics at University of Huddersfield Over the last decade, John has worked in UK universities in Bristol, Cardiff and latterly Huddersfield. His research and teaching in this period has focused on sustainable communities and many aspects of the global food system, including farm animal welfare, halal and kosher meat markets and local food systems. He is joint author of the recently published book from Routledge: Halal Matters: Islam, politics and markets in global perspective (2015). Mark was previously Director of Sustainable Business at leading behaviour change agency Corporate Culture, and during 7 years of incredible growth he was Head of Commercial Relations (Food and Beverage) at The Fairtrade Foundation, leading Fairtrade’s engagement with manufacturers, brand owners and retailers in the UK food and beverage sector. Prior to that Mark spent the first 8 years of his career at Procter and Gamble.

Marco Cinelli PhD Researcher Warwick Manufacturing Group Marco Cinelli is a final year PhD researcher from WMG Department, University of Warwick (UK), with expertise in sustainability assessment, sustainable development and decision support, having studied and worked in these areas since 2005. He obtained his Bachelor degree in Environmental Sciences from Padua University (Italy) in 2008 and his International Master in Environmental Sciences with a major in Sustainable Development from Ca’ Foscari University in Venice (Italy) and Hiroshima University (Japan) in 2012. He then pursued his PhD in Engineering at the University of Warwick (UK) where he focused on the integration of sustainability assessment tools with decision support methods. This allowed developing in-depth understanding of the most appropriate strategies to implement sustainability in practice through efficient multidisciplinary networks and easily understandable models for the interested stakeholders. He structured and brings forward international collaborations with high profile experts in the areas of sustainability and decision aiding, among which the Sustainable Technology Division of the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati (USA), the sustainability and software consulting company GreenDelta in Berlin (Germany), the Laboratory of Intelligent Decision Support Systems of the Poznan University of Technology (Poland) and the Department of Logics in Uses, Social Sciences and Information Science of Telecome Bretagne University in Brest (France).

Adrian Rhodes Technical Director Byworth Boilers The MCPD is a proposed piece of environmental legislation intended to fill the gap between the Industrial Emissions Directive 2010/75/EU (the IED) and the “Eco Design” Directive 2009/125/EC. If it is passed into law it will apply to combustion plant rated between 1 MW and 50 MW thermal input. The proposed Directive places limits on the concentration levels of sulphur dioxide (SO2), oxides of nitrogen (NOX), and particulates in exhaust gases from affected plant. These Emissions Limit Values (ELV’s) vary according to the type of plant and the fuel used but the general aim is to reduce the background levels of these harmful substances. Furthermore it will be necessary to monitor (but not limit) carbon monoxide (CO).

Nick Pennell Chairman and Co-founder Lavery/Pennell Nick is Chairman and co-founder of Lavery/Pennell, a strategy, innovation and venturing firm developing profitable, sustainable solutions to today’s business challenges and opportunities. We work with others (corporate clients, entrepreneurs or collaborators) to unlock more sustainable profits through improving existing business models or creating new ones. Contact us if you have a big, sustainable idea that is stuck – or are looking for one. Specialties: Resource Productivity, New Business Models, Growth strategies, Renewable Energy, Profitable Sustainability, Entrepreneurship.

Mike Hanson Head of Sustainable Business Baxter Storey Director at The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association.

Professor Amin Al-Habaibeh Professor Nottingham Trent University Amin Al-Habaibeh is Professor of Intelligent Engineering Systems at Nottingham Trent University. His research and teaching focuses on several multi-disciplinary topics in the broad area of product design and energy. Amin research interests include condition monitoring, sustainability, renewable energy, innovation, advanced manufacturing technologies, product design,

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Speakers mechatronics, condition-based maintenance, and artificial intelligence. Amin is currently leading the Innovative and Sustainable Built Environment Technologies research group (iSBET) and co-founder of the Advance Design and Manufacturing Engineering Centre (ADMEC). Amin received his BSc degree from the University of Jordan in Industrial Engineering (Manufacturing and Design) with distinction. Following a period of research work in the robotics labs at Tampere University of Technology in Finland, he worked in the plastic industry before moving to Nottingham to study an MSc degree in Manufacturing Systems and a PhD degree in Advanced Manufacturing Technologies at the University of Nottingham. After graduation, he worked at Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre at the University of Nottingham and the Mechatronics Research Centre at Loughborough University before joining Nottingham Trent University in 2004 as senior lecturer with teaching and research duties related to Product Design. In 2010 he was appointed as a reader in Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technologies within the Product Design team. Amin is a Chartered Engineer and has acted as Chairman of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) for the East Midlands Region in 2007-2008 and as the Chairman of IET Derbyshire/ Nottinghamshire Local network panel between 2007 and 2010. He has over 100 international journal and conference publications and has three patents applications to his name in the medical and energy sectors. Amin has strong links and collaboration with industry including eight years as the industrial placement advisor and over 20 years of industrial research and collaboration. Amin also acts as a referee of many high impact journal publications and has been member of numerous national and international conferences.

Peter Davison Bureau Veritas UK

B.Sc (Chem), FIFST Senior Management roles in Beverage & Dairy & Consultancy in; Europe, Africa & Asia 14 years experience within Bureau Veritas Standards: BRC (Food, Packaging & Storage & Distribution), ISO (9, 14, 22), FSSC 22000, OHSAS 18001, FAMI-QS, MSC, RSPO, GreenPalm, SMETA, MSC, FAMI-QS, NQMS, McDonalds SQMS & SWA, Nestle CARE. BRC Auditor since 2000

Dr. Elena Piletska – Lecturer in Bioanalytical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry at University of Leicester Elena Piletska has graduated with a degree in Microbiology from Moscow State University in 1985. She gained her PhD in 1989 from the Bach’s Institute of Biochemistry, Moscow, followed by several years of post-doctoral research in biochemistry of chloroplasts and polymer chemistry. In 1999 she began working as a Senior Research Fellow in Analytical Chemistry at Cranfield University, before moving to the University of Leicester in 2013 where she now works as a Lecturer in Bioanalytical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry (College of Science and Engineering). Elena is an author of more than 140 papers. Research interests: 1. Optimisation of analytical protocols for the quantification of various natural and synthetic compounds using chromatography and massspectrometry; 2. Development of analytical methods and assays for environmental and clinical applications using specific recognition elements based on natural and synthetic receptors; 3. Computational design and development of the specific adsorbents for purification and separation of natural and synthetic compounds; 4. Development of polymers which are able to attenuate bacterial quorum sensing; specific adsorbents for drug delivery and controlled releasematerials; 5. Application of conjugated and reactive polymers in separation and sensing.

Lloyd Fernando Group Director Expo Industries UK Ltd PhD Industrial Sustainability, University of Cambridge, Centre for Industrial Sustainability, Institute For Manufacturing. Group Director Expo Industries UK ltd (Ripley, Derbyshire, UK) Expo Brand Packs (Eco-factory, creative packaging & print solutions-Sri Lanka) Lloyd Fernando is an entrepreneur with expertise in managing a global printing & packaging manufacturing business; ‘Expo Industries UK Ltd’ the global front-end sales, marketing and product development facility in Ripley, Derbyshire-UK and ‘Expo Brand Packs’ a 120,000 sq. ft. purpose built eco-factory in Sri Lanka that serves a growing European market. The company manufactures packaging and labeling to the Retail, FMCG, Food & Beverage sector.

implementing sustainable manufacturing practices, developing state of the art LEED/BRC/ISO 9001 certified eco-factory and responsible for the global expansion and eco-friendly products and engineering process innovations of the company. His early career was at Ford in the automobile sector as a simulations engineer focusing on process improvements. Where he was responsible for using simulations to determine, maximise, and improve the capacity of the manufacturing assembly lines. His passion for industrial sustainability started with involvement in building eco-factories, championing sustainability initiatives and exploring innovative eco-friendly product designs. His industrial experience led to an emphasis to investigate how to transform current manufacturing practices towards a sustainable industrial system. At the Centre for Industrial sustainability, Institute for manufacturing, University Of Cambridge, he is investigating Industrial sustainability competencies. His research interests are in competencies, sustainable business models & systems Innovation in Industry.

Jamie Stone - PhD Doctoral Researcher Centre for Sustainable Manufacturing & Reuse/Recycling Technologies (SMART) I currently work as a PhD Doctoral Researcher at the Centre for Sustainable Manufacturing and Recycling Technologies (SMART) at the University of Loughborough. I have strong interests in issues surrounding sustainability in food supply chains and wider issues of food security. The goal of my current work is to research and develop ways of enhancing resilience in global food supply chains via improvement in efficiency (water, energy material), reduction of waste and development of value. I also have a keen interest in related areas of policy development and stakeholder engagement on issues of sustainability across the value chain.

Robert Stevens Director of Partnerships ClimateCare ClimateCare is a certified B Corporation with a target to improve 20 million lives and cut 20 million tonnes of CO2 by 2020. Robert Stevens, joined ClimateCare in 2007 and oversees its partnership programmes – engaging with corporates, governments and entrepreneurs to meet their business, environmental and social development goals. Rob ensures that ClimateCare programmes work for all partners, are outcome-focused and deliver measurable results for business, people and the environment. Rob lives in Oxford with his wife and two children. He holds a degree in Business Administration and is currently studying a Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Development with the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.

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Courtney Foster Supply Chain Solutions Manager BSI Professional Courtney Foster leads the Supply Chain Solutions division for the EMEA region for BSI. Courtney joined BSI soon after the acquisition of the division by BSI and has held multiple positions within in the Supply Chain Solutions division. Currently, Courtney leads all sales/marketing/operational delivery of the solutions across the EMEA region. Working through the relationships established with key accounts, Courtney advises BSI clients in developing a holistic and methodical supply chain risk management strategies, leading to an increase corporate efficiencies of resources and to an increase in visibility into supplier risks.

Ekaterina Yatskovskaya Doctoral Researcher Centre for International Manufacturing Before joining the PhD programme at the Institute for Manufacturing (CU) Ekaterina was awarded with a Master’s in Research from the Cass Business School, City University London (UK). Her main field of research was Sustainability in Supply Chain. Previously Ekaterina had obtained her Master’s of Science in Economics from St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University (SPbGPU Russia). Her thesis was devoted to Operations Management. Ekaterina holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from SPbGPU. Her fields of study were Accounting, Controlling and Audit.

Natalia Sieti PhD researcher in Sustainable Industrial Systems – Manchester University Natalia holds a BSc (Hons) in Environmental Science from the University of the Aegean, Greece and an MSc in Environmental Systems Engineering from University College London, UK. Prior to joining the Sustainable Industrial Systems Group, Natalia worked for three years in marketing, fundraising and in environmental resource assessment. Her research interests include industrial ecology, eco-efficiency, sustainable business models, CSR and sustainability performance. Christine Lloyd – Senior Lecturer in Logistics & Supply Chain Management – Centre for Resilient Environments, Birmingham City University

Senior Lecturer in Logistics and Supply Chain Management in the Centre for Resilient Environments at Birmingham City University. Christine has worked in a number of HE Institutions on a range of research projects in construction, engineering, aquaculture, business and economics, which involved research

and consultancy leading to publication of articles on innovation models and regional innovation policies, supply change management and logistics. Her current research interests involve investigating bioenergy supply chain integration issues and challenges.

Shirley Duncalf Head of Sustainability Bidvest Foodservice I am responsible for driving the sustainability agenda at Bidvest Foodservice. I joined in 1995 and eventually became Head of Sustainability in 2012 and have been responsible for a number of company milestones, including ISO 14001 certification for all locations in 2003 – a first for the industry-sector and the development of our sustainability reporting process.

George Fowkes Co-founder and Director BasePower George Fowkes is a co-founder and director of BasePower, which deploys Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems into sectors with high-energy usage including food manufacturing, chilled logistics and data centres. The BasePower team has over 20 years combined experience in local energy infrastructure. Installations deliver guaranteed energy cost savings, increased resilience of supply, improved environmental performance and can be supplied at zero capex, partfunded or on an asset ownership basis. George Fowkes’ career has spanned the development of clean power, water and waste technologies. He found his way into CHP through the development of Anaerobic Digestion projects and has a deep track record in the design, development and rollout of projects in Europe and Asia. Prior to founding Basepower he was head of business development at Tamar Energy, a renewable energy business, where he led the development team overseeing five projects into construction and another fifteen into development.

Hazel Williams Marketing Manager – Telecommunications Software & Systems Group Performance improvement – assessment and prioritisation, recovery planning, change management and motivation.

Giulia Danielis Social Media & Marketing Coordinator SustainIT After graduating in Law with a dissertation on Environmental Crimes and working with the Green Party during the 2015 general election, Giulia joined

SustainIt in May 2015. The organisational skills developed during her legal studies and her passion for sustainability combine together giving her the ability to think outside the box when it comes to communicating sustainability and environmental issues. Aware about the importance to promote positive sustainable behaviour change among the public and within corporations, she believes in raising environmental and human rights consciousness through narrative, communication and positive examples.

Joe Jones Principal Sustainability Consultant SustainIT Solutions With a background in project and change management, Joe’s ability to understand and deliver complex sustainability data management and reporting is just one part of his expertise. Joe is also an enthusiastic communicator with over 5 years experience helping transform technical sustainability data into meaningful and creative communication tools. Passionate about engagement and cultural change, Joe brings enthusiasm and a thorough understanding of how to bring sustainability to life.

George Richards Business & Innovations Manager JRP Solutions George Richards is a seasoned energy professional with over 30 years’ experience in energy and facilities management environments gained working with a diverse portfolio of clients and sites throughout the UK and Ireland. Having completed an HVAC apprenticeship and worked in various HVAC roles before moving into energy project and contract management with organisations such BP, Pera and Dalkia, George has a practical insight into the fundamental issues faced by today’s energy –conscious organisations. George joined the energy specialists JRP Solutions in 2012 and has been closely involved in some innovative software developments to make energy surveys more effective (Energy Initiator®) and to improve energy improvement project management (Energy Activator®).

Erika Wilson – Joint Managing Director of Leeds based transformer manufacturer at Wilson Power Solutions Erika Wilson is joint Managing Director of Leeds based transformer manufacturer Wilson Power Solutions. With a wealth of experience in both power engineering and business development, Erika is a regular speaker at leading industry events including CWIEME, Sustainability Live and the Energy Event. Having joined the family company straight after school

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Speakers in July 1997, Erika started her career on the shop floor tasked with overhauling transformers and switchgear and manufacturing battery tripping units . During her apprenticeship Erika studied electrical & electronic engineering and later gained a qualification in business and finance. She progressed with positions in marketing and sales and was head of business development when her father handed over the reins in 2008. Erika has played an integral part in the development of Wilson Power Solutions pioneering amorphous core transformer range and is passionate about reducing energy wastage in small power distribution networks.

Clare Hadway Supply Chain Development Coordinator Soil Association Clare Hadway’s background is in food manufacturing with experience in technical and product development roles at Samworth Brothers and Moy Park. Her work at the Soil Association focuses on helping caterers improve their food sourcing practises and producing food that is better for health, animal welfare and sustainability. Within her current role she concentrates on supply chain development and manages a supplier membership scheme. Via the scheme she provides technical and marketing support to over 150 food producers, manufacturers and wholesalers to help them meet the growing demand for Catering Mark complaint products. The businesses she works with frequently report that they have won new business and grown sales by up to 20% year on year.

Aarti Krishnan PhD researcher University of Manchester I am currently pursuing my PhD (2013-2016) at the University of Manchester. Prior to my PhD I was a research associate (2010-2013) at Brooks World Poverty Institute at the University of Manchester on DFID funded project called ‘Capturing the Gains’ and the Sustainable Cocoa supply chain consortium, wherein I worked on building inclusive models to integrate smallholders and workers into mainstream supply networks, livelihood diversification strategies and food security, inclusive wealth measures, assets and also deconstructing impacts of climate variability/shocks on value chains, quantitatively and qualitatively, amongst other research. Between 2007-2010, I worked as a commodity analyst for a multinational trading organization. I was given the portfolio of oilseeds/oils and this gave me the opportunity to interact with a global network of stakeholders – from farmers at field level to retail houses and manufacturers in many countries. I also spent a year on carbon markets and climate based financial instruments including electricity futures and weather derivatives. I have an undergraduate degree in finance and masters in environmental management from the University of Manchester.

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Dr Lydia Smith Head of NIAB Innovation Farm

Dr Lydia Smith is a plant ecologist; her experience spans academic and commercial research in the agricultural crop sector. From 1997 she led on improving Novel and Non Food Crops; diversification and improvement, building a portfolio of projects. In 2009 she initiated and leads the unique NIAB Innovation Farm facility. It is showcasing and networking innovations in food and crop genetic improvement; interacting with the UK’s major research players in agriculture/horticulture through to retail, driving utilisation and understanding of the products of research through to users.

Matthew Incles Senior Consultant Promar International Senior Consultant at Promar International.

Marin Anastasov Sourcing Specialist Pukka Herbs Marin is the Sourcing Manager for Pukka and leads the team that work closely with suppliers all over the world to help build sustainable raw material supply chains. He holds degree in Agriculture and MSc in Organic Farming and has spent his entire working career working in the organic food and farming sector. His role centres on engagement with agricultural producers and wild species collectors to maintain and improve where needed the sustainability of the supply chain, as well as implement new certification schemes such as Fair Wild and Fair For Life that address environmental and social issues.

Dr Denyse Julien Senior Lecturer Cranfield School of Management Since joining Cranfield, Denyse has been involved in many projects across a range of sectors including food and beverage, defence and aerospace, covering a range of topics such as runners, repeaters and strangers analysis, waste reduction, improving operational efficiency, managing growth and suppliers. Denyse is the Course Director for the Executive Masters in Logistics and Supply Chain Management which has been developed exclusively for experienced professionals who are looking to study whilst working in the field of logistics and supply chain management. This is a demanding course for the participants but delivers on our goal of transforming knowledge into action. As the Course Director – Denyse plays a crucial role in ensuring that the course is relevant and delivers impact for our students and their

organisations. Denyse is currently involved in a major new project to dramatically improve the food supply chain to meet the rising global demand for food and to protect the environment – Step Change in Agri-Food Logistics Eco-Systems “Project SCALE” and is a 3 year research project on which Cranfield School of Management is the lead partner working along with 4 partner organisations: the European Food and Farming Partnerships (EFFP), DHL, Wageningen University and the Universite d’Artois.

Arthur Stone CEO OEE Systems OEEsystems International are OEE Experts and Innovators and specialise in the delivery of our OEE Software & Expertise to progressive, high volume, global manufacturing companies such as Muller Wiseman Dairies, Finsbury Foods, Highland Spring, Norbev, Aurivo, C & C Group, GE Healthcare, Allergan and CooperVision. Arthur Stone, CEO, OEEsystems International has over 20 years’ experience in Senior Engineering, Operations and Technology Management Roles with international manufacturing companies world-wide and has an Engineering Degree from University College Cork. Cost reduction, improved competitiveness and sustainability are key, current challenges for the food and beverage manufacturing community and Arthur welcomes this opportunity to share his knowledge, experience and passion for how OEE is helping to deliver real, positive business impacts for our customers.

Simon Heath UK Sales Lead S4RB Simon held senior positions within the international snacks food group Mars, running the Mars Drinks plant which produces 2 million drinks per day and managing Sales and Service for the Midlands. Latterly he joined retail brand and supplier engagement specialists, S4RB, helping retailers improve supplierrelated processes across quality, compliance and sustainability via the use of advanced engagement technology.

Maureen Lancaster Senior Lecturer – National Centre of Food Manufacture, University of Lincoln Senior Lecturer at National Centre of Food Manufacture, University of Lincoln.

Emmanuel Ibhanesebhor Director Eibhor Pharma Consultants Ltd Emmanuel Ibhanesebhor is the Managing director of Eibhor Pharma Consultants Ltd, he holds two Master


Speakers of Science degrees, one in Analytical Chemistry and the other in Pharmaceutical Validation technology. His started his career as an analyst in quality control laboratory, and has developed his skill set over the years in quality control, quality assurance and validation technologies. In this context he has developed significant expertise in the development of new methodologies and solutions in product quality and assurance, as well as manufacturing process solutions, with a large client base in Pharmaceutical, Bio pharmaceutical, Food, Beverage and other traditional manufacturing industries.

Toby Sedgwick Business Development Manager Veolia Water Toby has over 15 years experience with the water engineering and construction sector. From a chemical engineering background Toby specialises in helping clients within the Food & Beverage sector to find technical cost-effective solutions that also solves commercial and environmental challenges. Toby works together with clients to tailor the offering, depending on the project, from the installation of individual engineered solutions or packaged plants, to complex design and build projects utilising Veolia proprietary technologies.

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Dr Gemma Cranston - Senior Programme Manager in the National Leaders Platform at University of Cambridge Dr Gemma Cranston is a Senior Programme Manager at the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL). Gemma works within the Natural Capital Leaders Platform, which brings together influential companies with a global reach to work on addressing the impacts of natural capital loss and degradation on business, their customers and wider society. She is leading projects focusing upon cotton and natural capital, the nexus of food, water, energy and the environment and is involved with the Natural Capital Coalition in the development and business engagement of the Natural Capital Protocol. Prior to CISL, Gemma was the Lead Scientist at Global Footprint Network leading projects out of the Geneva office as well as supporting the organisation’s Research and Standards Department by contributing to research on the Ecological Footprint methodology and applications. Gemma has co-authored and shaped a variety of innovative projects, including ‘E.Valu.A.Te’: the Externality Valuation Assessment Tool and its online Game; the ‘E-RISC’ project on the inclusion of environmental risk

in sovereign bond assessment; ‘Innovation through Collaboration’ on water stewardship; and the ‘Doing Business with Nature’ Report. Gemma completed her Ph.D. focusing upon Ecological Footprints in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath, UK. She also holds a Masters of Aerospace Engineering from the same institution.

Steve Goodwin Managing Director Aquabio Over 20 years experience in the field of industrial wastewater treatment and reuse, specialising in the food and drinks industries. Since 1998 as a Director of Aquabio Limited, focus has been on designing and developing turnkey wastewater recycling & reuse systems for the food and drinks sector: Member of the Institute of Water & Environmental Management; Member of the Institute of Directors; Member of the Institute of Management.

Caroline Drummond Chief Executive LEAF Caroline Drummond is the Chief Executive of LEAF (Linking Environment and Farming) and has been running the farming and environmental charity since it started in 1991. She graduated in Agriculture and has broad practical agricultural experience gained from both the UK and overseas. Her work at LEAF focuses on encouraging more sustainable farming practices and building a better public trust and understanding of farming, food and the environment – values that she is personally extremely passionate about. She is actively involved in many industry partnerships and initiatives. In the Queen’s Birthday Honours (2009) Caroline was awarded the MBE for services to the agricultural industry and has a Doctor of Science honoris causa (Hon DSc) from Harper Adams University, a Nuffield Scholarship (2013 – 2014) on ‘Health by Stealth – What can farmers learn from science to improve the nutrition of our food’, and was recently been awarded Honorary Fellowship for the Society of the Environment (2014). Caroline is on the council for the British Nutrition Foundation (2009 – ). She is an invited member for the Agricultural Forum (2015 – ). She has previously been a director for the Rothamsted Research Institute (2007 – 15) and a governor for the Royal Agricultural University, a trustee for CPRE (Council for the Protection for Rural England), and a director for IGER (the Institute of Grassland and Environment Research) and the Oxford Farming Conference (2002 – 2005) and Chairman for the 2005 Oxford Farming Conference. She has sat on

Defra’s Civil Society Advisory Board, Defra’s Red Tape Implementation Task Force and the Minister’s Green Food Project Steering Committee, among other industry and government initiatives. She is a Fellow of the Royal Agricultural Societies (FRAgS), a Fellow of the Institute of Agricultural Management, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Fellow of the Society of Biologists and Chartered Environmentalist and a director for LEAF Marque. Caroline is married to a dairy farmer, Philip Ward and they have a young daughter, Gabrielle.

Peter Skelton Business Relationship Manager Wrap Advise and work with major brand and retailer businesses in the area of resource efficiency, waste prevention and environmental sustainability.

Will Schreiber Partner 3Keel Will is a pragmatic thinker skilled in making sense of complex issues to deliver practical evidence-based advice on a range of sustainability matters. His interests lie in supply chain resilience, in both food and non-food sectors, building stronger relationships and resource security strategies to lead to better business performance. Most of Will’s career has been spent finding solutions to environmental constraints, whether physical or legislative, and developing and implementing stretching supplier programmes to bring them to fruition. He has worked for clients of all sizes and has advised some of the world’s most influential organisations, including the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development and Tesco. His experience ranges from working with technical product lifecycle analysis to writing board level briefing notes on sustainability topics and solutions. Will most enjoys working on transformational projects that lead to his clients viewing their impacts and embracing opportunities in new ways. He has been central to a variety of world class programmes and projects to make environmental issues throughout the supply chain easier to understand and act upon.

Mark Pettigrew Agricultural Sustainability Manager PepsiCo Responsible for all sustainability programmes in Europe and running the 50 in 5 carbon and water reduction programmes in UK.

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Exhibitors WILSON POWER SOLUTIONS WWW.WILSONPOWERSOLUTIONS.CO.UK

Wilson Power Solutions combines two highly complementary power companies and three generations of a remarkable power engineering family. Family run in the third generation, they advocate “old fashioned” values like honesty, reliability and integrity. Passionate about the environment they are the first UK power engineers to be certified CarbonNeutral®. The company manufactures, re-engineers and supplies power transformers, distribution transformers, switchgear and associated electrical equipment including the unique Wilson e2 super low loss amorphous core transformer.

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efficiency and reduced carbon emissions in the boiler-house. Service: Byworth provides a total end-to-end service and have refined their specialist repair and maintenance services to offer unrivalled levels of quality and value, with 93 per cent of all problems fixed in a single visit. Our service team is fully qualified and committed to minimising disruption and downtime for your business, leaving you to handle your day-to-day operations free from worry. Training: Offering a range of training courses, Byworth’s consultants help you and your employees improve performance, increase safety and maximise efficiency both inside & outside the boiler house.

One of the UK’s leading independent transformer manufacturers in providing expertly engineered power distribution solutions for organisations across a wide range of sectors including retail, manufacturing and healthcare. Leaders in energy efficient super low loss amorphous technology they combine re-engineering expertise with cutting edge manufacturing excellence and comprehensive stock levels for immediate deliveries of standard equipment.

Hire: Byworth’s large, modern, high-efficiency hire fleet responds to 85% of breakdowns within 24 hours.

Wilson Power Solution provides a personal and professional service backed with industry leading guarantees and emergency breakdown assistance for your complete peace of mind.

Resource and energy efficient water and wastewater treatment

www.wilsonpowersolutions.co.uk BYWORTH BOILERS LIMITED WWW.BYWORTH.CO.UK

Byworth Boilers are the leading British manufacturers of industrial steam and hot water boilers. Their products offer best in class efficiencies across a diverse range of energy sources including waste heat and biomass. The company continues to invest heavily in R & D, targeting reduced customer operating costs and enhanced user experience. Innovation: Byworth recently won the prestigious Lord Derek Ezra Award 2015 for achievement in areas of higher efficiency, safety and lower emissions in industrial combustion. The award recognises that Byworth’s innovation, Unity, has played a significant role in addressing sustainability matters such as enhanced

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www.byworth.co.uk ENVIROCHEMIE GMBH WWW.ENVIROCHEMIE.COM

EnviroChemie is a plant engineering company for industrial water treatment with headquarters in Rossdorf near Frankfurt, Germany. Our engineers and scientists consult on, plan, build, and maintain water treatment plants that are tailored to the respective customer requirements. Plant solutions for water and resource recycling, zero discharge requirements or biogas production save valuable resources and energy. We supply plants to customers around the world. Customerspecific solutions can be tested in our own technology centre or in pilot plants. We regularly act as partners in research projects for the development of future-oriented technologies. EnviroChemie GmbH Phone: +49 6154 69980 www.envirochemie.com CLARKE ENERGY WWW.CLARKE-ENERGY.COM

Clarke Energy is an award-winning multinational specialist in the engineering,

installation and maintenance of engine-based power plants. Our offering includes both gas and diesel-fuelled technology. They are the largest authorised distributor and service provider for GE’s reciprocating engine business. Clarke Energy can either supply an individual generator, or deliver an EPC turn-key multi-engine power plant backed up by long-term service support. Clarke Energy is a specialist in high efficiency utilisation of fuels and is an innovator in the field of combined heat and power (CHP) or cogeneration technology. Clarke Energy provides added value to the customer by acting as single point of contact from initial sale, engineering, project management, installation through to commissioning and long-term maintenance of your generation asset. Clarke Energy has significant experience in a wide range of different gas applications including natural gas,biogas, landfill gas and coal gases. Gas based power generation projects are present in a variety of different applications. Natural gas systems focus on high efficiency generation from natural gas, which has the lowest carbon emissions of all fossil fuels. Biological gases are renewable fuels and originate from the degradation of organic matter by microorganisms and include biogas, sewage gas and landfill gas. Gases associated with coal deposits provide the opportunity for the generation of power whilst avoiding carbon emissions. Finally special gas applications are some of the most challenging gaseous fuels including syngas from biomass and waste and gases originating as a by-product from metal furnaces. www.clarke-energy.com DSV WWW.UK.DSV.COM

DSV is a global supplier of transport and logistics services, operating in over 70 countries with approximately 23,000 employees. DSV’s global heritage of temperature controlled and ambient food logistics includes highly productive road services, reliable and time defined temperature-controlled airfreight and cost effective sea freight services. The specialist perishables division provides customers with tailored, time-defined solutions that safeguard the freshness and quality of products to its destination. With a fleet of around 12000 trailers throughout


Exhibitors Europe, state of the art refrigeration units make up 10% of the fleet, delivering standard and express services for frozen, chilled and ambient goods. T: 0844 880 0844 | E: enquiries@uk.dsv.com www.uk.dsv.com

view a demonstration of our newly launched purpose designed energy improvement project management software, Energy Activator®. T: 0800 6127 567 | E: info@jrpsolutions.com www.jrpsolutions.com

Aquabio are part of the Freudenberg Group, a global company, with generated sales of more than €7 billion in 2014 , operating in 60 countries worldwide. The additional parental strength of Freudenberg offers financial security which coupled with operational expertise allows Aquabio to offer a long term solution to water treatment provision. +44 (0)1905 641 966 | info@aquabio.co.uk www.aquabio.co.uk JRP SOLUTIONS WWW.JRPSOLUTIONS.COM

JRP Solutions are one of the UK’s leading energy specialists with vast practical experience of delivering energy savings and adding value to our clients businesses. We provide a wide range of services including ESOS Lead Assessor services, ESOS compliance, ISO50001 gap analysis, energy surveys, identification of improvement projects, business case development project implementation, monitoring and reporting, energy data analysis, site energy plans, energy awareness training, EUETS, CRC & CCA management, energy procurement advice, plant condition surveys. Visit us on stand no 4 to discuss any of these services and

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Aquabio is a European Leader in Industrial Water, Wastewater and Air Treatment, notably in Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) Technology and Water Recycling and Reuse. Aquabio has pioneered the implementation of water recycling within a wide range of industries including food and drink, bio fuels, pulp and paper, landfill and leachate and pharmaceuticals. Aquabio provide long term solutions for design, build, finance and operation of wastewater treatment and reuse plants and their process led approach to all aspects of water and wastewater treatment ensures that the most appropriate technology is identified for each unique application.

and nationalities, can help your organisation tackle climate change by reducing your carbon emissions and identifying growth and revenue opportunities through resource reduction initiatives, cost-saving strategies and the adoption of resource-efficient technologies.

Our primary role at Scanenergi Solutions is to identify energy savings potential, be responsible for the successful implementation and to be the catalyst of securing sustainability. Using our project model both industrial and commercial sites can save between 10-20% per year on energy consumption, thereby emitting less CO2 into the atmosphere. Moreover, our differentiation in the market is that we don’t simple identify opportunities, we deliver savings, guarantee the results, and can provide the finance required to implement them – so our customers can spend their available capital on other investments. We then get paid from the savings (Energy Performance Contract). www.scanenergi.com CARBON TRUST WWW.CARBONTRUST.COM

The Carbon Trust is an independent, expert partner of leading organisations around the world, helping them contribute to and benefit from a more sustainable future through carbon reduction, resource efficiency strategies and commercialising low carbon technologies. We have about 170 staff of 30 different nationalities, based in the UK, China, Mexico, Brazil, South Africa and the USA. Our mission is to accelerate the move to a sustainable, low carbon economy. To have real impact we act as a catalyst, making the case for change to businesses, governments and civil society worldwide. By stimulating resource efficient and low carbon action we contribute to green goals, including the lowering of carbon emissions, the development of low carbon businesses, increased energy security and job creation. Our experts, drawn from a range of backgrounds

SIEMENS PLC WWW.SIEMENS.IE

For more than 165 years, the name Siemens has been synonymous with internationality and worldwide presence. Today, Siemens is active in around 190 regions, occupying leading market and technology positions worldwide with its business activities in the Energy, Healthcare, Industry, and Infrastructure & Cities Divisions. Our innovations answer the world’s toughest questions. A steadily growing demand for energy, increasing water consumption, and the ever-greater need for high-quality, affordable healthcare are all issues that are shaping our world – and that are especially apparent in cities. As an integrated technology company, we offer a wide range of future-oriented solutions to meet these challenges. For further information: sales.gbi.industry@siemens.com Tel: 08458 507600 www.siemens.ie PACKO WWW.PACKOINDUSTRY.COM

The importance of good functioning pumps in industrial processes cannot be neglected. The continuation of the production substantially depends on the operational safety and robustness of the pumps. But also the food safety and as a consequence the cleanability are of major importance. Furthermore energy efficiency, so your electricity cost, becomes a distinctive factor more often. Packo Pumps unites an intensive knowhow, with a profound knowledge of the company processes. We aim not only to improve the flow in the pump

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Exhibitors but also the cleanability, reliability and energy efficiency. Whether it is the most hygienic applications, pumping contaminated liquids or pumping vegetables, (particles/solids) without damage, Packo Pumps is the reliable partner for improving the overall business process. “We optimize your flow” is not an empty slogan but a mission that all our staff is aware of. T: +32 50 25 06 61 | E: industry@packo.com www.packoindustry.com LIGHTSOURCE RENEWABLE ENERGY LTD. WWW.LIGHTSOURCE-RE.CO.UK

Lightsource Renewable Energy is Europe’s leading solar development company having deployed over £1.5billion of investment since 2010 and operate over 1 gigawatt (GW) of generation capacity. This experience and scale ensures Lightsource is a credible, long-term partner for your business. A Lightsource Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) reduces cost, hedges against volatile commodity markets and protects against rising noncommodity charges. Fixing energy prices enables long-term security, better business planning and more accurate forecasting. Contact us today to protect your business both from the volatility of commodity prices, and increasingly the burden of non-commodity prices on I&C bill-payers; email SolarPPA@lightsource-re.co.uk or visit www.lightsource-re.co.uk BM TRADA WWW.BMTRADA.COM

Exova BM TRADA is part of the Exova Group one of the world’s leading laboratory-based testing groups, trusted by organisations to test and advise on the safety, quality and performance of their products and operations. Headquartered in Edinburgh, UK, Exova operates 142 laboratories and offices in 32 countries and employs around 4,500 people throughout Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Asia/Asia Pacific. With over 90 years’ experience, Exova specialises in testing across a number of key sectors from health sciences to aerospace, transportation, oil and gas, fire and construction. Exova BM TRADA provides independent

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certification, testing, and inspection, technical and training services. We help customers large and small to prove their business and product credentials and to improve performance and compliance. We offer a special focus and long history of technical excellence in management systems, supply chain and product certification and testing, as well as technical services to the timber, building, energy, fire and furniture industries. Exova BM TRADA provides UKAS accredited certification to all the major management systems standards including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 50001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 27001, as well as FSC® and PEFC, BRC, RSPO and UTZ sustainable supply chain certification.

management. The software is available in 15 languages. Lighthouse Systems is one of the world’s leading companies specialising in Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES). This presentation examines some of the pressures on manufacturers, identifies areas of inefficiencies describes how MES software can contribute to a company’s needs to address Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility trends. www.lighthousesystems.com GREEN ENERGY CONSULTING WWW.GREENENERGYCONSULTING.CO.UK

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Green Energy Consulting is a leading independent United Kingdom commercial energy consultancy, specialising in the renewable electricity and carbon neutral gas sector.

Since 1990, Lighthouse Systems has pioneered software solutions to help manufacturing organisations be more efficient, more compliant and more sustainable. We are recognised as one of the world’s leading developers of factory information systems known as manufacturing execution systems (MES).

Our services are designed to save time, energy, and money. We work to help with all energy matters; from procurement through to implementing energy management and consumption reduction strategies. Our dedication and market intelligence means that we offer informed knowledge, and unbiased advice.

In an environment where the supply-chain is getting more integrated and business decisions rely on accurate and timely data, the shop floor often remains a black box. Shopfloor-OnlineTM, our MES software platform solves this by bringing all manufacturing data in one place and providing the missing link between sales orders and production.

We work closely with our clients to evaluate their needs and requirements; helping to lower overall tariff rates, giving advice on more structured longer term contracts, and moving energy to renewable sources. We leverage our strong highlevel supplier relationships and buying power to access products unavailable to the marketplace. This in turn gives the ability to tailor large multiple meters, single end date contract terms and focused overall energy management. In closing, our clients will benefit from bespoke energy management and a comprehensive endto-end service.

With Shopfloor-Online, organisations gain realtime visibility of the current state of the factory: which orders are nearing completion, quality, waste, trends and breakdowns… and are able to benchmark production runs, shifts, lines and factories. Lighthouse Systems MES solutions deliver measurable benefits in terms of efficiency, compliance, agility and continuous improvements to hundreds of manufacturing organisations around the world, in the aerospace, automotive, consumer packaged goods, electronics, food and beverages, pharmaceutical industries. Shopfloor- OnlineTM applications include Production Scheduling, Downtime Analysis, OEE, Quality, SPC, Non-conformities management, Inventory Traceability, Maintenance and Energy

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Innovation is at the heart of Stephenson Group’s growth; this is the core of our business and our future depends on our ability to adapt and develop quickly to answer trends and meet customer demands. The Sustain range of beverage processing aids


Exhibitors are some of the first products to come out of the innovations group. www.stephensongroup.co.uk VEOLIA WATER TECHNOLOGIES UK WWW.VEOLIAWATERTECHNOLOGIES.CO.UK

Veolia Water Technologies provide complete solutions for water treatment. Innovating in key areas such as sustainable development, resource and by-product recovery, our differentiating water treatment processes enable us to offer solutions suited to every application. We are experts in water.

processes as well as Discrete & Continuous. Thousands of manufacturing operators, engineers and managers across the world are benefiting from tangible performance improvements of up to 30% within the first six months of installation. For more information visit the OEEsystems International stand or our website www.oeesystems.com Why not come along to our stand and meet Arthur Stone (CEO) and his team. Alternatively for more information contact us on: +353 52 617 0384, +44 1279 874 240, email: info@oeesystems.com or visit www.oeesystems.com

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For more than ten years, SustainIt have been a key player in global CSR data. SustainIt have helped some of the world’s largest companies manage and develop their sustainability and CSR data collection practises and policies. Our key team members represent our company on the global stage and bring together a unique combination of industry leading knowledge, technical expertise and outstanding service to bring a more holistic approach to sustainability, shaping our services to perfectly align with each client’s requirements. sustainitsolutions.com

GEP ENVIRONMENTAL WWW.GEPENV.CO.UK

GEP Environmental are technical advisors specialising in energy, environmental performance and training. We deliver integrated end to end services, from strategic organisational support to technical site and building solutions. Our consultancy, training and technical support incorporate the latest technical innovations and industry best practice. Our team of highly qualified and experienced engineers, environmental scientists and trainers can work with you to identify practical and cost efficient ways to improve resource consumption, ensure legislative compliance, reduce carbon emissions and continually improve your environmental credentials. T: +44 (0) 238 011 1440 www.gepenv.co.uk

OEESYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL WWW.OEESYSTEMS.COM

OEEsystems International are OEE Experts and specialise in the delivery of our OEE Software & Expertise to progressive, high volume, global manufacturing companies such as Muller Wiseman Dairies, Finsbury Foods, Highland Spring, Norbev, Aurivo, C& C Group, GE Healthcare, Allergan and CooperVision. They are benefiting from our PerformOEE™ software and expertise to help them to reduce waste & costs, increase outputs & competitiveness & deliver sustainability & business performance excellence goals for their business. OEEsystems International are OEE Innovators and have uniquely adapted the OEE model and our OEE software to handle Bulk/Batch manufacturing

MIP DIAGNOSTICS LTD WWW.MIP-DX.COM

MIP Diagnostics provides a novel form of affinity reagent based on nanostructured Molecularly Imprinted Polymers (nanoMIPs). NanoMIPs are discrete affinity reagents made by polymerising low molecular weight monomers in the presence of the target molecule so creating a molecular imprint in a nanostructured plastic particle. Sometimes called “plastic antibodies”, nanoMIPs have high affinities or their target comparable and often superior to alternative affinity reagents such as antibodies and are exceptionally robust they are highly suited for use in diagnostics and assays both in the laboratory and in the field. www.mip-dx.com

BasePower WWW.BASEPOWER.COM

BasePower develops fully-financed Combined Heat and Power projects in the food and industrial sectors. Tailoring world-class technology and service to the specific needs of the sector, these create significant cost savings for energy users, and help meet environmental obligations at no capital expenditure or operational risk. BasePower was established in 2014 by a team with over 20 years’ combined experience in local energy infrastructure within the UK, in sectors including food production, agriculture, logistics and manufacturing. +44 20 3633 2910 | info@basepower.com www.BasePower.com BLACK & VEATCH WWW.BASEPOWER.COM

Rising energy costs, environmental taxes or improving your supply chain credentials. Whatever your motivation, Black & Veatch can help you realise financial savings and improved environmental stewardship with alternative energy systems. B&V has been involved with multiple biomass (wet & dry) projects ranging from 100kW to 250MW and using over 40 different types of biomass fuel. We have proven experience in: • Biomass heat, power, cogeneration and trigeneration; • Waste to energy; • Biogas production, recovery, and energy utilisation; • Biogas upgrade and biomethane to grid; • Biofuels.Black & Veatch offers a full scope of services: - Consultancy and Engineering: - Resource-cost assessment; - Conceptual to detailed engineering & cost estimates; - Project financial modelling; - Feasibility studies and project development. - Proposal / Tendering Support / Evaluation & Contract Support; - Owner’s Engineer Services; - Procurement and Construction; - Environmental Permitting and Licensing.

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If you would like to learn more about how Black & Veatch can help you realise cost savings, please contact: Annelle Buchanan Phone: +44 (0)1737 856574 / 07570 033564 Email: buchanana@bv.com OR Tom Milne Phone: +44 (0)1737 856566 Email: milnet@bv.com www.bv.com BOWLER ENERGY WWW.BOWLERENERGY.CO.UK

Bowler Energy makes investing in solar photovoltaic (PV) as hassle free and efficient as possible – all you need to focus on is reaping the rewards of your investment. We are agricultural, commercial and industrial solar PV specialists and we treat every installation as if it were our own. Backed by more than 30 years’ agricultural experience, we make it easy to cut your electricity bills, generate income and reduce your carbon emissions.

Veris is a collaboration of the best in the business across energy, waste, water and stakeholder engagement. Our clients turn to us to bridge the gap between sustainability ambitions, business strategy and brand story; connecting the dots and bringing it together with creative communications to build truly sustainable brands. The Veris team blends strategic and technical understanding of all the dimensions of sustainability with award winning expertise in marketing and insight coupled with innovative operational implementation. This means we are able to help companies at all levels of their challenge – from board level strategic advisory work, staff training and engagement, communications and all the way through to design and implementation of operational efficiencies. Veris’ strategic approach is to harness the huge energy and interest of employees, through creative engagement activities, training, motivating and rewarding people to make a difference veris-strategies.co.uk EIBHOR PHARMA CONSULTANTS WWW.EIBHOR.COM

www.bowlerenergy.co.uk THERMAL ENERGY INTERNATIONAL INC. WWW.THERMALENERGY.COM

Thermal Energy International Inc. is an established global supplier of proprietary and proven energy efficiency and emission reduction solutions to the industrial and institutional sectors worldwide. By providing a unique mix of proprietary products together with process, energy, environmental, and financial expertise Thermal Energy is able to deliver unique and significant financial and environmental benefits to our customers.

Eibhor Pharma Consultants was founded in 2009 in Dublin-Ireland to provide unrivalled specialised consultancy and support services to the scientific community. Over the years, we have grown and increase our horizon and expertise in providing service solutions to key industries, from general Laboratory equipment and consumables supplies, process analytical technology (PAT) implementation, and training/validation consultancy services.

We are experts in the Food and Beverage industry with years of experience with some of the largest sites in the UK. We typically provide a site with up to 30% off their boiler fuel bill by combing our products.

We work in partnership with many leading Suppliers and Manufacturers in the industry, and included in our list of satisfied customers are Pharmaceutical and Bio-pharmaceutical Companies, food, beverage, Oil/Gas, Private Labs, Universities/Colleges, and many Governmental agencies.

www.thermalenergy.com

T: +353857420611 www.eibhor.com

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FLUID TECHNOLOGIES

VERIS STRATEGIES VERIS-STRATEGIES.CO.UK

WWW.FLUID-TECHNOLOGIES.COM WWW.OSPREYCORPORATION.COM WWW.TURBOSCRUBBER.COM

OSPREY/FTL is a joint venture offering environmental technology supply & consulting in; GAS CLEANING, POLLUTION CONTROL & ENERGY RECOVERY for WASTE TO ENERGY, PULP & PAPER, MINING & MINERALS, FOOD PROCESSING & DIESEL APPLICATIONS. TURBOSCRUBBER® & TURBOSTRIPPER® UNIQUE NON CLOG FLUID BED TECHNOLOGY FEATURES • Simultaneous High Efficiency Gas Absorption & Fine Particulate Removal • Doesn’t Foul; Handles Slurries, Biomass, Tars, Gels • N o Maintenance; Fluidised Packing Elements last for years • Retrofits Debottleneck & Improve UnderPerforming Scrubbers & Strippers • Recovers Heat with Super Tight Approach Temperatures APPLICATIONS • CO2 Capture • Gasification Syngas Clean Up • Industrial Heat Recovery& Chemical Absorption • Acid Gas & Fine Particulate Removal in Boilers & Dryers • H2S Removal from CO2 Rich Gas Streams • NOx & PMs Removed in Diesel Power Applications www.fluid-technologies.com www.ospreycorporation.com www.turboscrubber.com KEW GROW WILD ENGLAND WWW.GROWWILDUK.COM

Grow Wild inspires communities, friends, neighbours and individuals across the UK to come together to transform local spaces, by sowing, growing and enjoying native wild flowers. We believe that this simple act of creativity can turn spaces into beautiful, inspiring and colourful wildlife havens; encouraging people to care for and delight in the nature around them. Grow Wild is supported by the Big Lottery Fund and led by the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. T: 020 8332 3844 www.growwilduk.com


Exhibitors THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER WWW.MANCHESTER.AC.UK

The University of Manchester is a centre of teaching excellence and innovative research in a broad range of topics including sustainable food manufacturing. We are part of the £16M N8 AgriFood Resilience Programme: a research initiative focused on ensuring the stability and integrity of national and global agri-food supply chains in the face of environmental and socioeconomic challenges. Our Sustainable Consumption Institute is a multidisciplinary centre of excellence focusing on sustainable consumer behaviour, sustainable production and distribution, climate change and carbon, and making development more sustainable. Manchester Energy brings together world-class research in energy technologies, developing more sustainable energy solutions. T: +44 (0) 161 306 4876 www.manchester.ac.uk/collaborate S4RB WWW.S4RB.COM

Solutions for Retail Brands (S4RB) are retail engagement specialists, providing the tools and expertise that enable suppliers to develop sustainable products and solutions for retailers. Most opportunities to improve sustainability lie within products and the supply chain. Retailers need to engage with and empower their suppliers to perform at the highest level – to achieve goals and drive the development of sustainable products. The technology that we use facilitates collaboration, allowing sustainability initiatives to be shared throughout the whole supplier network. This ensures you can accelerate progress and deliver your sustainability and responsible sourcing goals more quickly, while providing measurable supplier performance and results. www.s4rb.com/supplierengage/sustainability FAST TECHNOLOGIES WWW.FASTTECHNOLOGIES.COM

Factory Automation & Systems Technologies – FAST. We count some of the world’s biggest,

most technologically advanced and successful companies as our clients. They are also some of the most demanding. FAST Technologies provides the technical solutions that they demand – and an integration partner that allows them to focus on their core business. Our goal is to be the preferred provider of turnkey custom manufacturing solutions to our clients. We focus on providing solutions in the following areas: • Automation and Machine Design • DC Systems • Precision Engineering • Chemical Delivery & Wet Process • Manufacturing & Software Solutions • Renewables & Energy FAST Technologies also provide low/medium volume contract manufacturing services to a growing clientele. We offer fabrication, machining services and expertise to our customers focused in precision machining – CNC Milling & CNC Turning. We take your products and ideas from prototyping, through production to packaging across all materials from Ferrous and Non Ferrous to Plastics. www.fasttechnologies.com

& secondary packaging can depend on various situations.These can include available budget, payback period, integration, associated running costs, machine technology and available floor space. Processing and packaging machinery can be bespoke to the industry sector it services. Further information regarding these sectors can be found in our machinery articles. www.ppma.co.uk CREATION WWW.CREATION-REPRO.COM

Creation were formed in 2004 to provide award winning solutions for the ever changing demands of the printed packaging market. Through technical innovation and class leading products we work with designers, printers and brands to deliver the highest quality solutions to ensure our clients products have maximum impact and profiability. www.creation-repro.com SOLARSENSE UK LIMITED WWW.SOLARSENSE-UK.COM

DONG ENERGY WWW.DONGENERGY.COM

DONG Energy was established back in the 1970s in Denmark and since then has become one of the most progressive energy companies in the world. The company is a global leader in offshore wind, and also a leading energy solutions provider to the industrial and commercial sectors in the UK. www.dongenergy.com PPMA WWW.PPMA.CO.UK

The PPMA is the UK’s trade association for suppliers of processing and packaging machinery to the UK market and represents over 400 member and associate companies. Its principle objective is to promote sales of machinery, both at home and abroad, through various projects and services of mutual benefit to both members and their customers by providing free technical and machinery information and advice. The choice of packaging machinery for primary

Solarsense are the UK’s leading renewable energy installer specializing in commercial Solar PV installations. From their Carbon-Neutral Renewable Energy & Conference Centre based just outside of Bristol, they provide a complete design and installation service for a wide range of renewable technologies throughout the UK. www.solarsense-uk.com PERA TECHNOLOGY WWW.PERATECHNOLOGY.COM

We are a leading new product development contractor, working with companies of all sizes from across Europe. We reduce the risk involved in new product development for your company, greatly improving future profitability and competitive success. We use our in-house resources to boost your business, work together to create innovative ideas, and introduce you to world-class scientists and commercial partners to make your ideas a reality. With our specialist in-house teams

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Exhibitors based in Melton Mowbray in the UK and Tallinn in Estonia, we can access the finest minds to turn your ideas into reality. Because we know thousands of companies, we can also build complete supply chains of partners right the way through to the end customer, ensuring a fast route to commercialisation. Your business will become more stable and valuable, helping you compete in an ever-morechallenging world.

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builds deep, strategic engagement with leadership companies, and creates opportunities for collaborative enquiry and action through its business platforms. Over 25 years, we have developed a global network with more than 5,000 alumni from leading global organisations. HRH The Prince of Wales is the patron of CISL and has inspired and supported many of our initiatives. www.cam.ac.uk

Contact our sales office for further details on + 441789 450982.

Over the past decade, we’ve created at least 600 innovative technology projects, with a market value of around £20 billion for our clients. Finally, we can help source appropriate funding to pay for the project if you need it and provide the services of Europe’s best grant proposal writing team. www.peratechnology.com NORVENTO WIND ENERGY UK WWW.NORVENTO.COM

Norvento is a family owned engineering company with more than 30 years’ experience in designing and operating renewable energy installations. In 2011 Norvento launched nED100, a cuttingedge 100kW turbine that has since achieved full IEC 61400-1 certification. nED100 has been specifically designed to provide power to be used on-site; factories, shopping centres, ports are suitable candidates thanks to our turbine’s advanced power electronics. Norvento have recently embarked upon the design and construction of an ambitious zerocarbon off-grid facility that will be powered by a mixture of renewable technologies including the principle energy supply coming from a nED100 www.norvento.com

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THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE WWW.CAM.AC.UK

The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership brings together business, government and academia to find solutions to critical sustainability challenges. Capitalising on the world-class, multidisciplinary strengths of the University of Cambridge, CISL deepens leaders’ insight and understanding through its graduate & executive programmes,

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are having to look at natural refrigerant options that have low GWP values to ensure their future viability. Our chillers, with ranges up to around 800kw for cooling installations and 150kW for freezing installations operate on R-1270 and R-290 refrigerant in the primary circuit and with food-safe HYCOOL heat transfer fluid in the secondary circuit. We also offer a full range of supporting products such as cooling coils and GF pipework.

EXCALIBUR ENERGY LTD. WWW.EXCALIBURENERGY.CO.UK

www.srs-frigadon.com

Welcome to Excalibur Energy

FEG GLOBAL WWW.FEG-GLOBAL.COM

Profit from efficiency Saving energy, reducing waste and increasing profit go hand in hand. You can be both environmentally responsible and financially prudent. Let our in depth knowledge, technical expertise and vast experience in improving the energy efficiency of refrigeration, air-conditioning, pumps and fans help you to reduce your carbon emissions. Your project could qualify for 100% tax allowances. Funding may also be possible. www.excaliburenergy.co.uk ENVIROGEN GROUP WWW.ENVIROGENGROUP.COM

The Envirogen Group of Companies deliver 21st century environmental technology and process solutions that combine our vast experience in water, air and process development with a track record of exceptional performance, allowing us to deliver long-term, guaranteed solutions in a broad range of treatment and process-related applications.

We specialise in Design & Build, Project Management and Consultancy for industrial, manufacturing and process industries. With unrivalled expertise and knowledge in an array of engineering, design, planning, specification and management disciplines, our highly qualified personnel offer you impartial solutions to meet your requirements. Working closely with clients in the food, dairy, beverage, chemical, oil & gas, process, manufacturing, water & waste treatment and energy industries, you can be assured of the very best realisation of your needs now and for a productive future. www.feg-global.com XETEC LIMITED (IRELAND) WWW.XETEC.COM

We provide products for the worldwide market specialising in the Maintenance and Electrical CAD Industries. www.xetec.com

www.envirogengroup.com CARBON ZERO CONSULTING LTD WWW.CARBONZEROCO.COM SRS-FRIGADON LTD. WWW.SRS-FRIGADON.COM

SRS-Frigadon Ltd present the future generation of environmentally friendly chillers. F-Gas regulations mean that end users and contractors

Carbon Zero Consulting Ltd provides expert, independent advice in Water Management and all areas of Low-Carbon and Renewable Energy Technology selection.


Exhibitors We have worked with major users of borehole water resources for bottled water, food, soft drinks, beer, dairy and leisure. We are also renowned specialists in ground source heating and cooling systems and provide technical advice on renewable energy to the Environment Agency, OFGEM, DECC and several major manufacturers.

certification or assurance schemes for online deployment in very short timescales. Used by industry leading organisations such as Red Tractor Assurance, LEAF and the Environment Agency among others; CASI provides supply chain assurance with real-time supplier compliance tracking and checking services that can also be integrated with your IT systems.

We provide independent, distinctive and practical methods for reducing costs and consumption of water, energy and carbon; saving you money and reducing your carbon footprint.

With applications in Quality, Food Safety, Environmental, Sustainability, Fair Trade, Engineering, Information Security, Halal, Kosher and many more; CASI is a proven, highly scalable, robust solution that is roll-out ready within weeks.

Tel: 0844 855 0115 www.carbonzeroco.com SUSTAINABLE WINES UK WWW.SUSTAINABLEWINES.CO.UK

Sustainable Wines UK’s mission is to bring exciting, great-tasting and low-allergenic wines from sustainable, organic, biodynamic and natural wine producers to the attention of the UK market.We are the exclusive UK importer of unique intensely aromatic sustainably-certified wines from New Zealand’s newest wine region, ?hau on the west coast of the lower North Island. ?hau’s cool climate and long ripening season create complex and exciting wines, and the winemaker Jane Cooper has subtly oaked our premium Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris to give added palate interest. We support and promote NZ Winegrowers sustainability agenda to all our clients.

We also have other off-the-shelf products that can provide for your IT needs, such as Custody Chain, Data Designer and GIS Mapping, so please get in touch with us and find out what we can build for you. www.everysite.co.uk

service. We do not lose customers through poor service or complacency. cspgb.com MARTEC OF WHITWELL LTD WWW.MARTEC-CONSERVATION.COM

Martec’s primary focus is giving practical advice and solutions on best practice design, installation and use of CIP and hygienic technologies. Helping keep your risks manageable. Our work extends from design and supply of full CIP sets through to low cost recommendations where upgrade of installations to deliver consistent hygienic results. Martec have key hygienic pigging patents which work in concert with CIP as low waste clean in place solutions. www.martec-conservation.com

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY LONDON WWW.BRUNEL.AC.UK BASF WWW.BASF.COM

Brunel University London is a world-class university based in Uxbridge, West London, and was established in 1966. Our mission has always been to combine academic rigour with the practical, entrepreneurial and imaginative approach pioneered by our namesake Isambard Kingdom Brunel. www.brunel.ac.uk

At BASF, we create chemistry – and have been doing so for 150 years. As the world’s leading chemical company, we combine economic success with environmental protection and social responsibility. Through science and innovation we enable our customers in nearly every industry to meet the current and future needs of society. www.basf.com

T: 07956 602 826 www.sustainablewines.co.uk EVERYSITE/TLR LTD WWW.EVERYSITE.CO.UK

Founded in 1991, Everysite provide business and technology services to government and commercial organisations in the United Kingdom and internationally that focus on farming, food and drink and the environment. Whilst we contain the knowledge and skills to successfully complete bespoke IT projects upon request, CASI is our core solution, and is a compliance and assurance solution, standing for Certification, Assessments and Standards Interface. It automates standard-based

CSP RECRUITMENT CSPGB.COM

Run by a team with over one hundred and seventy years’ experience in recruitment in their field, CSP Recruitment’s core business lies in the manufacturing heartland of the Midlands and the South of England. With bases in Leicester, Coventry, Tamworth, Maidstone, Bracknell and Milton Keynes serving seventy different manufacturing, food processing, warehousing and distribution clients on a regular basis. CSP Recruitment has enjoyed double digit growth year on year since it’s inception in 2005 and during a recession by concentrating on client retention, customer satisfaction and low staff attrition. Our continued growth is founded on a very simple maxim, which is to ensure that our new clients do not just replace clients we have lost through poor

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BOWLER ENERGY 38 BASF 39 FAST TECHNOLOGIES 40 EIBHOR PHARMA CONSULTANTS 41 FLUID TECHNOLOGIES 43 SOLARSENSE 44 EXCALIBUR 45 UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER 46 XETEC LIMITED (IRELAND) 47 MARTEC OF WHITWELL LTD 48 PPMA 49 KEW GROW WILD ENGLAND 50 SUSTAINABLE WINES UK 51 EVERYSITE/TLR LTD. 52 CSP RECRUITMENT 53 CARBON ZERO CONSULTING LTD 54 BRUNEL UNIVERSITY LONDON 58

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ENVIROCHEMIE GMBH 1 WILSON POWER SOLUTIONS 2 BM TRADA 3 LIGHTSOURCE RENEWABLE ENERGY LIMITED 4 OEESYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL 5 BASE POWER 6 CARBON TRUST 6A SIEMENS 7 AQUABIO LIMITED 8 LIGHTHOUSE SYSTEMS LTD. 9 GREEN ENERGY CONSULTING 10 CLARKE ENERGY 11 STEPHENSON GROUP 12 SUSTAINIT SOLUTIONS 13 SCANENERGI 14 VEOLIA WATER TECHNOLOGIES UK 15 CREATION REPROGRAPHICS LTD. 16

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