Environmental Technologies and Resource Efficiency Support Service (EnTRESS)

 

 

 

How can EnTRESS help your business?

The EnTRESS project supports Black Country SMEs on the adoption of environmental technologies and resource efficiency processes for the reuse, recycling and recovery of materials and resources.

Working across a variety of sectors, and with key stakeholders, EnTRESS can:-

  • Deliver one to one mentoring and business support
  • Identify new to market opportunities for SMEs
  • Promote innovative projects to large commercial and public sector organisations
  • Engage with leading academic research on R&D projects
  • Provide exhibition space at industry networking events
  • Provide in-house baseline audits on resource efficiency

All activities are fully funded, so if you’re a Black Country SMEs interested in any of the above then please don’t hesitate to contact a member of the EnTRESS team to find out how we can support you. 

 

For more information: EnTRESS Flyer (PDF 392K, Downloads file)

 

Conta‌ct us:

Call: 01902 321871

Email: ENTRESS@wlv.ac.uk

 

The EnTRESS project assists Black Country SMEs on the adoption of environmental technologies and resource efficiency processes, helping the Black Country to become a low carbon economy. The project is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund to promote sustainable economic growth.

Our Focus

Working across a variety of sectors the EnTRESS project seeks to improve resource efficiency within Black Country SMEs to increase business competitiveness, improve productivity and identify new market opportunities for SME’s through the adoption of environmental technologies and the reduction of waste resources.

Globally the EnTRESS project aligns with the OECD’s priorities and the UN’s Sustainability Development Goals. Regionally EnTRESS will assist the Black Country LEP to become a low carbon economy.  

What we do

EnTRESS engages with SMEs and large organisations to link academic research into business, driving innovation in areas such as waste management, bioremediation, biopolymers, pollution control and sustainable operations. We understand that the environmental technologies sector is a varied and fast moving, so EnTRESS will provide the practical support to help SMEs engage with these innovations.  

The EnTRESS project resides within the Faculty of Science and Engineering which is part of the University of Wolverhampton with campus locations in Telford, Walsall and Wolverhampton.