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  Cleaning and waste management during Oil and Gas decommissioning: destabilisation of colloidal suspensions
  Dr D Vega-Maza, Dr A Syed
Applications accepted all year round
Cleaning of oil and gas facilities and management of waste streams during decommissioning require a fundamental understanding of the stability and interactions of gels, foams, emulsions and sludge between them and other materials.
  Technoeconomic analysis of brewing waste (trub) valorisation technologies
  Dr D Gerogiorgis, Dr L Sarkisov
Application Deadline: 10 January 2019
PROJECT SUMMARY. A comparative technoeconomic evaluation of available treatment technologies for a high-value beer brewing by-product (trub) will analyse the potential of optimal waste management and valorisation towards Advanced Manufacturing for a Circular Economy.
  Community Waste: grassroots innovations for sustainable waste systems and practices (SEYFANGG2U19SF)
  Dr G Seyfang
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
The challenge of managing and reducing domestic waste is a growing sustainability problem for governments and Local Authorities. Recycling rates are increasing, but this is not enough to address the environmental challenges faced by our throwaway material culture.
  Reutilisation of bioenergy waste residue in low-cost pollution abatement technology development (Advert Reference: SF18/MCE/TIWARY)
  Dr A Tiwary
Applications accepted all year round
Globally, waste as a resource for low-cost pollution abatement technology development has huge potential, mainly in the developing countries.
  Recycling textile fibers into carbon-based electrochemical devices
  Dr E Randviir
Applications accepted all year round
Reference Number. ER-2018-PhD-1. Project Summary. Around 300,000 tonnes of textile waste is sent to landfill in the UK each year, therefore new methods of recycling end of life textiles are required to.
  Behaviour of Clostridium Species in Anaerobic Digestate: Risks and Benefits
  Dr L Avery, Dr R Hough, Dr H West
Application Deadline: 4 January 2019
Background. Pathogenic and non-pathogenic clostridia are often carried commensally/asymptomatically as part of the indigenous microflora of the mammalian gut, and are ubiquitous in soil, sediments and decaying organic matter.
  The impacts of marine plastics on Galapagos seabirds
  Dr M Hudson, Dr C Valle, Prof A Naveira-Garabato
Application Deadline: 4 January 2019
Programme website. http://inspire-dtp.ac.uk. Project Rationale. Plastic pollution is of growing concern worldwide due to poor waste management and high consumer demand for single-use plastics (Moore, 2008).
  Sustainability via (cross-border) mergers and acquisitions
  Research Group: Centre for Regional Economic and Enterprise Development (CREED)
  Dr M Hassett, Prof M Jones
Applications accepted all year round
Global trends related to sustainability in terms of waste management, decreasing CO2 emissions, renewable energy and clean technology (or cleantech) are adding to pressure of not only MNEs but also SMEs.
  Multi-scale materials for vibroacoustic reduction in railway built environments
  Dr S Kaewunruen
Applications accepted all year round
The University of Birmingham is host to the world-leading Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education, a multi-disciplinary group of staff from the Schools of Civil Engineering, Electronic, Electrical & Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials & Metallurgy.
  MSc (Res), Geographical & Earth Sciences: The composition and pollution implications of waste materials from historic paper making
  Dr J MacDonald
Applications accepted all year round
The composition and pollution implications of waste materials from historic paper makingThis project will investigate the composition and pollution implications of waste materials from historic paper making, using a case study site at Milngavie, Scotland.
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