INTERREG IV project SAPICO2 completed

Carbon 8 Systems, together with its project partners the Universities of Greenwich and Picardie have announced that the project has been successfully completed.

Carbon8 Systems becomes partner in EU funded project - SAPICO2
Carbon8 Systems has joined the Universities of Greenwich and Picardy in a project to assess French and UK industrial wastes for their suitability for accelerated carbonation.
Carbon8 Aggregates Ltd, win CIWM Environmental Excellence Award 2013

Carbon8 Aggregates won the CIWM Environmental Excellence Award, Murphy Innovative Practice (SME) Award 2013.

Carbon8 Aggregates Winner of National Recycling Award 2013, Best Recycled Product category

Carbon8 Aggregates's lightweight, carbon negative aggregate, C8Agg, is this year's for the National Recyling Awards, Best Recycled Product.

Demonstration of the use of accelerated carbonation to capture carbon dioxide from landfill gas

Carbon8 Systems in collaboration with the Environment Agency, Kent County Council and the Technology Strategy Board ran four demonstrations this September of ACT using carbon dioxide derived from the combustion of landfill gas.

Carbon8 invited to showcase low-carbon innovation at number 10

Four days before the start of critical global climate change negotiations in Copenhagen, forward thinking companies from the south-east have been invited to Downing Street to showcase how the UK’s low carbon innovation and partnership are already shaping business for the future economy.

Carbon8 features in Low Carbon Technologies Report

Carbon8 Systems is one of 20 cleantech start-ups to feature in the first issue of Greenbang’s Low Carbon Technologies Report.

Carbon8 Systems awarded TSB grant for Carbon Abatement Technologies
Carbon8 has started work on a project looking at the re-use of PFA and other industrial wastes in a £150,000 feasibility project.
Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change visits Carbon8 Systems

Ed Miliband, MP, Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change, visited Carbon8 Systems on Saturday 18 April and heard how the company is offering an alternative to carbon capture and storage.

Carbon8 Directors Shortlisted for European Academic Enterprise Awards

Dr Colin Hills and Dr Paula Carey travelled to Stockholm to attend the European Academic Enterprise awards conference and presentations.

Times Higher Education Awards 2008

Carbon8 Systems and the University of Greenwich were presented with the Times Higher Education Award for their Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology at a glittering gala dinner at the Grosvenor House Hotel on 23rd October.

Shell Springboard Final winners
Carbon8 Systems Ltd – a company that can turn everyday rubbish from landfill into building materials, such as bricks, has scooped the top prize in this year's Shell Springboard National Final.
Carbon Trust Incubator Company approval

The Carbon Trust Business Incubators provide support to entrepreneurs in the commercialisation and exploitation of intellectual property in the clean energy and low carbon technology area.

Sustainable Technology Group at Green Dragon's Lair event, hosted by Lewis GREEN
A survey of 134 environmentalists and sustainable technology business experts expressed disappointment at change implemented by corporate and government policy, with regard to climate change and green issues. 

The research, gathered at an innovations awards event staged by LEWIS Green, revealed that 62% percent of participants felt corporations aren’t keeping their promises on green issues.

The respondents, many of whom are members of the Sustainable Technology Group, want to see commitment to bigger goals, more education on climate change, restrictions on transport use and strict legislation to support the changes. 

52% agreed that greater green awareness would help change corporate and public behaviour, with more media attention contributing greatly to take-up of UK initiatives.

Attendees at the forum were also asked about changes they had implemented in their everyday life. 84% percent are regularly recycling, 60% percent are using energy-saving light bulbs, 44% percent have swapped their cars for public transport and 6% have even purchased an electric or hybrid car. 

The event, organised by LEWIS Green to support environmental innovation, gave fifteen entrepreneurs an opportunity to pitch their green ideas to a panel of sustainable experts and investors. The array of ideas and presentations included: 

USBCELL - the rechargeable battery that can be charged direct from the PC.

FOODTUBES – an idea for a nationwide pipe system to transport fresh produce from farms to supermarkets.

Proper Oils - a company turning used cooking oil into bio diesel.

Climate Cars - a car rental company with an all-hybrid car fleet.

The prize of the month’s free PR from LEWIS was awarded, by audience vote, to Carbon8 Systems, the company that has developed a solution to reduce landfill using an alkaline substrate. 

Clive Booth, Head of LEWIS Green, who hosted the event said, “I’m bored by politicians’ hot air on how we should save the planet. The solution will come from bright, brave entrepreneurs willing to have a go. That’s why we’re supporting Carbon8. They’re not talking about how to be green, they are green. And where they lead, we need to follow.”
Courtesy of the Lewis PR website 
Kent Environment Business of the Year winners (2006)
A company just 10 months old, which has already developed potentially world-changing technology, has marked 20 years of the Environment Awards for Kent Business by clinching the title 'Kent Environment Business of the Year 2006'.
IChemE Green Chemical Technology Award winners (2006)
Carbon8 Systems was presented with the award by TV presenter Alan Hart-Davies at a gala ceremony at the Banqueting Hall in London in November 2006.
Kent Innovation Challenge winners (2007)
The search for Kent's brightest entrepreneur is over.
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