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Astudiaeth Achos Alumni KESS 2: Dr Rhiannon Chalmers-Brown, Bio-buro nwyon wedi’u cyd-gynhyrchu wrth weithgynhyrchu dur

DR RHIANNON CHALMERS-BROWN : Cynorthwyydd Ymchwil RICE – Dadansoddiad Bioprocess Carbon Isel Cwblheais fy ngradd israddedig mewn Cemeg ym Mhrifysgol De Cymru. Yna, cefais fy annog gan fy ngoruchwyliwr ymchwil, yr Athro Richard Dinsdale, i ymgeisio am ysgoloriaeth KESS 2 gan fod gen i ddiddordeb mawr mewn ynni adnewyddadwy a’r sector amgylcheddol yn gyffredinol. Credir… Darllen mwy »

(English) Low carbon behaviour change improves the bottom line


(English) Low carbon behaviour change is a fundamental aspect of a transition to a low carbon society, but is also key when a large company is looking into reducing its utility bills. RUMM (Remote Utility Monitoring and Management) is a University of South Wales spin-out company helping companies consuming more than £100,000 of electricity, gas or water per year to reduce their energy bills…

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Treuliad Anaerobig: potensial hyn i wella perfformiad economaidd ac amgylcheddol systemau ffermio organig (Safbwynt Myfyriwr)

(English) KESS PhD student talks about his experiences, John Walsh’s KESS project, economic benefits of anaerobic digesters.

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Rôl gwaddodion mewn aberoedd fel cronfa ar gyfer micro-organebau pathogenig (Cyflwyniad)

(English) Anthropogenic activity resulting from agriculture, storm water discharge and sewage treatment has a significant impact upon the transport of human microbial pathogens from catchment to coast. As the global climate changes and storm and flood events become more frequent, it is imperative that we understand how the increased flow of microbial pathogens from land to sea will affect human health and the environment.

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Treuliad Anaerobig: potensial hyn i wella perfformiad economaidd ac amgylcheddol systemau ffermio organig (Safbwynt Academaidd)

What this project did that was different from other projects was that it placed an economic value on the environmental benefits that anaerobic digestion can offer over the short term. Over the long term, this type of work has the potential to offer wider societal benefits, for instance an improvement in water quality; this in turn can affect the tourism industry, water companies and so on. In addition to this is of course the fact that anaerobic digestion provides a source of renewable energy, reducing CO2 emissions.
There are many people who can benefit financially from the results of this research, the taxpayer benefits, as do large, medium and small private companies; so there are many economic and environmental advantages and I think that this is highlighted in the project.

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