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Industrial Phycology                                       

Unit  2 Axis

Hawkfield  Business Park

Bristol

UK, BS14  0BY

 

info@i-phyc.com

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Industrial Phycology has enjoyed considerable success since its formation in 2012 and is now, with its partners and friends, developing its technology to the next level.     

 

If you want to get involved,  or  would like further  information, why not get in touch?

 

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Industrial Phycology, Unit 2 Axis, Hawkfield Business Park, Bristol, BS14 0BY

 

 

New look

05.02.16. Welcome to our new website! Working closely with specialist communications agency, Research Media, we have completed and launched a full rebrand including identity, core collateral and a re-skinned website. We are very excited to announce the site is now live. Please look around and don’t hesitate to get in touch. 

 

Coming soon

01.02.16. Our newest process is almost complete, it's on site and will be up and running shortly we can't wait to tell you more,  check back soon for the latest updates. 

 

 

I-PHYC goes down well with EU H2020!

01.10.16. I-PHYC is pleased to announce it has kicked off a range of new work with the support of the EU H2020 SME instrument. This is an important step for I-PHYC as it makes it one of only a handful of biotechnology companies across the EU to receive the prestigious funding.  Over the coming months I-PHYC will be working to expand its team, grow its facilities and carry out a range of exciting new work. Watch this space! 

 

 

I-PHYC continues to grow

01.11.16. I-PHYC is excited to welcome its new Chief Engineer Simona York. Simona is a chemical engineer who comes to the company with a wealth of international experience across the wastewater treatment sector, including the development and implementation of large scale processes. 

 

 

I-PHYC "Rolling" on

01.11.16. I-PHYC  is pleased to welcome Howie Roll as its new project engineer. Howie has had a diverse range of roles from electrical installation through to the commissioning and method development of heavy duty industrial equipment. 

 

 

Visit us at venturefest

06.02.17.  I-PHYC will be attending the upcoming Venture fest in Bristol. Have some questions on algae? Want to find more out about I-PHYC and its cutting edge algal technology? Come along to the stand and say Hi! If you miss us why not drop us a line at info@i-phyc.com

 

 

Home sweet home (AKA home is where the algae is......)

01.03.17. I-PHYC has moved in to its new 5300sq.ft facility in Bristol (UK). This new space will give the company room for its growing team. It will also allow the company to expand its facilities so it can better support the needs of industry and develop exciting new streams of work.

 

 

Time to tool up(AKA hammer time...)

30.03.17. To top off a busy month I-PHYC is pleased to announce that it has begun working with utility and oil and gas industry specialist KIRTON engineering. I-PHYC will be working with KIRTON to build and commission its newest algal based wastewater treatment and value recovery process. This process will be one of the largest algal processes deployed in the UK and one of the most advanced in the world. 

 

 

Shedding the light

01.05.17. I-PHYC with its partners at Ixscient, Johnson Matthey, Lux TSI and Brunel university have been awarded Innovate UK funding to develop THE definitive biophotonic technology for algal and horticultural use. 

 

Innovate UK is the UK’s innovation agency. It works with people, companies and partner organisations to find and drive the science and technology innovations that will grow the UK economy.

For further information visit:  www.innovateuk.gov.uk

 

 

Taking the 'P'

01.06.17.  I-PHYC has been selected to present at the upcoming “BIG P” conference (July 2017) and the “European Waste Water Management Conference” (Oct 2017). Come along to learn about how algae can support you in meeting your treatment and sustainability needs! Want to  know more, come along and see us or drop us a line at  info@i-phyc.com

 

I-PHYCs very own Hawaii 5-0 !

01.02.17. I-PHYC   is excited to welcome its new Chief Scientist Dr Lucie Novoveska from Hawaii. Lucie is an applied phycologist who is joining the company from Hawaii. Lucie brings a wealth of experience of commercial uses of algae, the development of the processes required to achieve this and effluent treatment using microbiology.

 

 

We want your effluent!

30.03.17.  I-PHYC is seeking partners to help trial its award-winning technology in new areas outside of municipal wastewater treatment. We are particularly keen to hear from companies in the food & beverage, mining and pharmaceutical sectors who are seeking:  

 

i)  Seeking more sustainable approaches to wastewater and process water treatment.

ii)  Would like to improve their ability to recycling or otherwise recover value from waste and process waters e.g. nutrients, metals.

 

If you have wastewater that you would like I-PHYC to investigate or would like to find out more please contact us at: info@i-phyc.com !

 

I-PHYC wins another award!

29.03.17.   I-PHYC CEO Dr Daniel Murray has been selected by the SetSquared group of incubators (http://www.setsquared.co.uk/) as one of the top 50 entrepreneurs to come through the group in the last 15 years at the House of Commons. SetSquared was ranked the global #1 university business incubation in 2016 and Dr Murray was one of the select group of entrepreneurs picked from over 1000 companies over 15 years.

 

(http://www.setsquared.co.uk/news/201703/setsquared-announces-exclusive-list-top-50-entrepreneurs-historic-day-uk). 

 

 

Taking the 'P'

04.06.17.  I-PHYC CEO Dan Murray and chief Scientist Lucie Novoveska attended the UK industry event on the control of phosphorus in wastewaters.  Dan was really pleased to  take to the stand to update the community on the work the I-PHYC team led by  Lucie   has been doing with EU H2020 support, as well as the potential for using algae to remove nutrients from a range of wastewaters.  

 

It was great to see how much focus the UK waster industry is placing on improving the efficiency of its technology’s and how it can work to protect and improve the environment.

 

Want to know more drop us a line at  info@i-phyc.com