New member for the British Ceramic Confederation
The British Ceramic Confederation has welcomed another new member – the fourth this year – as Heatcatcher joins the trade body for the UK ceramic industry.
As a member, the company can benefit from the advice, information and support available from sector experts, covering topics such as health and safety, energy, emissions, planning, waste management, international trade, employment law and education and training, as well as the Government and key stakeholder engagement and representation work of the trade body.
Heatcatcher offers expert support on the heat decarbonisation journey. The company has extensive experience of integrating best available proven heat recovery technologies into manufacturing industries operating kilns, furnaces, incinerators, and ovens.
The company is supportive of BCC’s flagship industry decarbonisation conference and is once again acting as a sponsor, having also supported last year’s inaugural event. This year the Delivering Net Zero for British Ceramics conference takes place on 13 September.
Heatcatcher CEO Darren Bryant said: “We are delighted to become a member of the BCC having supported several of its members with waste heat recovery designs and project implementation. We look forward again this year to sponsoring the BCC event Net Zero Business Advocate Award and bringing our experience to assisting others on their Net Zero journeys”
BCC Chief Executive Rob Flello said: “UK ceramics has a major role to play within the country’s decarbonisation journey and so we look forward to working closely with Heatcatcher and supporting them with their business. Representing almost every UK ceramic business, the BCC’s collective voice continues to safeguard the interests of UK ceramic manufacturing.”
Heatcatcher is based at the Sussex Innovation Centre, situated on campus at the University of Sussex.