University of Sheffield engineers have developed a long-term strategic partnership with Unilever to help the company accelerate the deployment of carbon dioxide utilisation and commercialisation
Engineers from the University of Sheffield will help one of the world’s leading manufacturers of cleaning and laundry products remove fossil fuels from its supply chain under a new initiative announced today (Wednesday 2 September 2020).
Professor Peter Styring – an renowned expert in carbon capture and utilisation from the University’s Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering – has developed a long-term strategic partnership with Unilever to accelerate the company’s deployment of carbon dioxide utilisation and commercialisation.
After collaborating with Unilever since 2018, Professor Styring and his team’s research will help the company’s new Clean Futures strategy, which aims to change the way some of the world’s most well-known cleaning and laundry products are created, manufactured and packaged. The strategy aims to embed circular economy principles into both product sourcing and manufacture at the scale of global brands to reduce their carbon footprint.
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