Better utilisation of resources and assets through industrial symbiosis improves competitiveness, reduces costs, increases revenue, diversifies business, and manages supply chain risk bringing greater resilience.
International Synergies proud to host Major Infrastructure Resource Optimisation Group (MIROG) today
Looking forward to meeting Nigerian Minister of Power, Mr Fashola on Friday at event hosted by Adam Smith International
I am delighted that Birmingham-based International Synergies Limited is leading the way through its widely respected industrial symbiosis programme, the application of which is rapidly gaining traction globally. It is now up to our cities and businesses to embrace the industrial symbiosis model to help meet their own resource efficiency challenges.
Sir Albert Bore, Leader of Birmingham City Council (1999-2004 & 2012-2015)
Becoming a member of NISP has been one of the best decisions I have made, and I advocate any business to join.
Mark Bradford, Production Systems Manager, Toyota
International Synergies’ facilitated industrial symbiosis model aligns very well with the aims of the Cleaner Production Centre, providing means to engage with companies together with structured processes and support tools to increase resource efficiency through the identification of new business opportunities that exploit currently under-utilised resources.
Ndivhuho Raphulu, Director of the National Cleaner Production Centre, South Africa
International Synergies has been pioneering new solutions for efficient and effective exploitation of industrial wastes for some years. I look forward to working with them to create opportunities for their highly innovative ideas across the European Single Market.
Malcolm Harbour, West Midlands’ MEP ( 1999 - 2014)