International Synergies assists Wuhan in integrating Industrial Symbiosis in their strategic Urban Development plans

International Synergies (ISL) kicked off the New year with some interesting projects. Ian Humphrey, Director of Operations at ISL, visited Wuhan, China for the 2nd time from the 9th-13th of January. International Synergies is part of the “Driving the low carbon transition through cross-industry waste utilization in infrastructure delivery in Wuhan, Hubei” project which is

International Synergies presented with the “Sustainability Product Innovation: Resources” award

Since 2007, specialist sustainability publishing house Faversham House have organised the Sustainability Leaders awards. The awards aim to reward organisations embedding sustainability in their operations, business models and products; the winners ought to be the vanguard of sustainability, driving demonstrable results through innovation, engagement, and a commitment to doing business better. The Sustainability Product

TRIS project presented on a global stage

The TRIS project was presented to the G7 members by Dr. Lee Davies, a representative from the UK government and the Head of Resource Efficiency and Circular Economy Strategy under the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. The TRIS project was well received at the workshop as a prime example of regions coming together

A National Industrial Strategy supported by industrial symbiosis – by Peter Laybourn

Developing an industrial strategy is one of Theresa May’s key economic reforms.  The Government has recognised the need for an industrial strategy to foster competitive advantage on a national scale by focusing on long-term productivity growth, and encouraging innovation. Industrial symbiosis has proven to deliver positive impacts on these agendas at a national and local