Project Leader: Professor Adisa Azapagic
Project Duration: May 2013 - April 2018.
Funding Value: £7.5m.
Funding Source: Research Councils UK (RCUK)
|Brunel University (lead)||Heinz|
|The University of Manchester||Heineken|
|University of Birmingham||Hydropac|
|British Refrigeration Association (BRA)||IFST (Institute of Food Science and Technology)|
|IMechE-Food Engineering Committee||Kellogg|
|Buro Happold||Kraft Foods|
|Campden BRI||Marks and Spencer|
|Chemistry Innovation KTN||MML (Maintenance Management Ltd)|
|Centre for Process Innovation||Monodraught|
|CILT UK (Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport)||Pepsico|
|DEFRA||PIL (Process Integration Ltd.)|
|Environmental Sustainability KTN||The Sustainability Consortium|
|FDF (Food and Drink Federation)||Thornton’s Budgens|
|FSDF (Food Storage and Distribution Federation)||WRAP|
|GEA Searle||WR Refrigeration|
The overall aim of CSEF is to establish an internationally leading Centre that will carry out research into the reduction of energy, greenhouse gas emissions, resource use and related environmental impacts in whole food supply chains. The Centre is funded by the UK Research Councils EPSRC and ESRC. For more information, click here.
For an interview with Professor Azapagic on the environmental impacts of food, the role of CSEF and CCaLC, click here.
Visit the project web site: www.foodenergy.org.uk.
The primary contact for this project is Professor Adisa Azapagic.
All group members involved in this project: