CATCH is an internationally renowned industry-led organisation supporting the process, energy, engineering, and renewable industries.
It supports established business as well as new technology innovators, via a diverse team of chartered professionals.
Principal services are designed to de-risk and align business with non-core activities:
- technical due diligence
- EPC procurement
- operation & maintenance
- safety, health and environmental risk
- quality management systems
- operating procedures
- skills & training
Our strategic partnership combines the best of engineering with commercial risk management, a comprehensive support package for innovators and investors.
"Our strategic partnership combines the best of engineering with commercial risk management."
GreenGain is a highly innovative business support service for the waste and resource sector.
Specific services include:
- Business consultancy
- Auditing & Surveying
- Research & Development
- Circular Economy
- Digital Waste Control
Support targets both private and public sector clients such as the Waste Resources Action Programme (WRAP), Zero Waste Scotland (ZWS), KFC and FreshPak.
Delivery of hands-on resource efficiency support programmes, research and practical trials on closed-loop recycling and energy efficiency programmes, we’re involved in a wide range of cutting-edge projects.
"Greengain are a key collaborator on resource efficiency and circular economy activity."
SparkFund is a business support and grant programme which is available to Small & Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) located in either the Humber or York & North Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) areas. The total value of the programme is £15.1m and it is in receipt of £8.4m of ERDF grant funding.
SparkFund is the brand name for a programme made up of three discreet strands of support, these are Innovation Vouchers, Grants for R&D and Low Carbon R&D Grants.
"We are appointed to two consultancy frameworks for the Spark Fund, Innovation & Low Carbon R&D."
The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) is a major UK science and engineering institution whose activities promote and develop all aspects of the Materials Cycle, from exploration and extraction, to characterisation, processing and application, to product recycling, repurposing and reuse. IOM3 supports professionals in materials, minerals, mining and associated technical disciplines to become heroes of the transition to a low-carbon, resource efficient society.