Zero Waste Scotland

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A Scottish-based manufacturing facility that will enable the production of lower carbon cement products has secured a £500,000 award from Zero Waste Scotland’s Circular Economy Investment Fund. The new site is being launched by Innovative Ash Solutions, a 50/50 joint venture between Leve

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Kenoteq, a clean-tech spin-out from Heriot-Watt University, has been awarded £1 million in funding by Zero Waste Scotland to commercialise production of its revolutionary brick made of recycled construction waste, the K-Briq, to more than two million bricks per year. The unique, multi-award-wi

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Three university-led projects have successfully received funding from Scottish Enterprise’s Low Carbon Challenge Fund and will support SMEs across industries from transport to energy – including a unique programme combining food and drink with computer games.

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Scottish company IndiNature, which makes ‘carbon negative’ insulation, has received an £803,000 grant from Zero Waste Scotland. The firm is the latest to receive a share of £8 million in funding for circular economy businesses administered by Zero Waste Sc

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Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset is urging small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to consider what practical steps they can take now to make their business practices more environmentally sustainable to give them a competitive advantage ahead of the introduction of the proposed Circular Ec

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