Latest News & Social Media

We can only act on what we know and hopefully, once we know, we can work together to engineer a better world.

A shortlist of recent 'Betterworld Solutions'. These articles show a measurable return on investment whilst hleping to save the environment

For all media enquires contact us at betterworld@aesseal.co.uk. Please note that the content in this section is correct at time of publication and may be subject to change at any time and without notice.

Recent News

'Tree Walk' As Part of the 'Factory of the Future'

AESSEAL’s vision – and the vision of the Betterworld.Solutions project – is to find ways of making industry and the environment live in harmony

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If a rainforest falls and no-one listens...

The latest news that the Amazon rainforest has turned into a net carbon producer should be a call for action for everyone interested in the future of this planet.

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AESSEAL’s ‘Laptops for Kids’ contribution praised

AESSEAL's contribution to the Laptops for Kids initiative was singled out for praise in a House of Commons debate on the easing of Covid-19 restrictions in educational settings.

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Electric Vehicles are a critical part of An Investment Policy to Prevent Global Warming

A policy to use electric vehicles and support electric vehicle charging points for employees, guests, customers and suppliers is an essential part of any “Investment Policy to Prevent Global Warming

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Beyond Net Zero

We need to continue the journey beyond Net Zero, not just at AESSEAL but at every company that has an interest in the future of this planet

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Pumps: Missing in Climate Action?

The Case for an 11 Point UK Strategy.

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Made Here Now

UK cancels pioneering scheme to fit protective clothing to environmental goals

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Chris Rea - LinkedIn

Identification of the need to carefully manage water resources was the key to moving forward.

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Charging Up - Policy Exchange

Policies to deliver a comprehensive network of public EV chargepoints

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Recent Social Media Posts

 Rallying to conservation - in the Scottish Rainforest.
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 Is saving the planet hard-nosed?
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 If a rainforest falls and no-one listens...
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 The legacy of Laptops for Kids.
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 The heat is on - for a better world
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 The clock’s ticking – and not just for the planet
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 Lights out for halogen
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 Catch the Big Train to Net Zero
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 Planet ocean needs our help too!
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 AESSEAL Beyond Net Zero
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 ���Because the planet’s burning. 
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 Where are the business heroes?
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 Heroes of Net Zero. Saving the planet has got to be a joint effort.
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 Tackling the Waste Plastic Epidemic
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 Two becomes three
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 Wake up - you won't smell the packaging
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 To charge or not to charge
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 The monstrous problem of Covid waste
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 Leading the charge…
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 Something to drink to...
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 'Big Bang'​ for pumps?
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 Digging towards Net Zero
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 Getting Wilde about slurry
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 The soft power of voltage optimisation
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 Sweet Success – Cosun Beet Company
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 Getting steamed up about "hidden heroes"​?
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 Shell game?
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If enough businesses act, together we can slow down or help to prevent Global Warming.

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The case for a great return on investment, from water and energy savings is very clear. "Adopt an Investment Policy to Prevent Global Warming".

Real World Examples

Just a few examples where we have the know-how to do things differently and help both the environment and the bottom line.

A Summary of Evidence

We estimate that widespread adoption of more climate-friendly policies in industry globally, could have the equivalent impact of taking 529.5 million cars off the roads.