Fresh fruit and vegetable waste; would you throw a whole weeks shopping in the bin?
Circular economy; what role can new technologies play?
A third of the world’s food supply is wasted; we are chopping down forests to grow more food, and a billion people are still going hungry. That doesn’t seem right, does it? In Scotland alone, 2 million tonnes of fresh fruit and vegetable are lost or wasted in the supply chain; add to this the […]
Scottish Water test site to improve global drinking water
What is the circular economy?There is no exact definition for ‘circular economy’ but broadly speaking it is an economy which encourages zero waste.The Ellen MacArthur Foundation report provides a useful definition of the circular economy:There are powerful drivers for pursuing a circular economy: although a circular approach may not be a feasible solution in every circumstance, […]
Hydro Nations Summit 2016
Fife-based Bridge Biotechnology has become one of the first Scottish firms to test its technology at Scottish Water’s first-of-a-kind innovation development centre near Inverness after landing support from the Hydro Nation Water Innovation Service (HNWS) and partial funding from Scottish Enterprise.The Dunfermline firm, which designs, manufactures and markets sustainable technologies across a range of sectors, […]
Bridge Biotechnology were delighted to attend the Hydro Nations Summit 2016. This event is organised by the Power of Youth in partnership with Scottish Government and Scottish Development International. Power of Youth (POY) was founded in 2011 in recognition that the world needs action orientated role models for the next generation and that business […]