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Second Award for CCaLC

News article posted: June 13th, 2011

CCaLC project wins award for

Second Award for CCaLC

The CCaLC project won an Award for Most Successful Collaboration, awarded by Chemistry Innovation at the Annual Stakeholder Event held in Birmingham on 2-3 June 2011.

Professor Adisa Azapagic accepted the Award on behalf of the CCaLC team from Dr Graeme Armstrong, Chair of Chemistry Innovation and Head of R&D at AkzoNobel. Dr Armstrong praised CCaLC for its contribution to sustainability and for providing a useful tool for the Chemical Industry to estimate and manage carbon emissions along supply chains.

For more information on Chemistry Innovation and the Stakeholder Event click here.

From left: Adisa Azapagic, Mike Pitts and Graeme Armstrong