Joined by The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh and The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, The King welcomed recipients of The King’s Award for Enterprise to Buckingham Palace.

Managing Director Paul H. Jones FRSC was in attendance and had the honour of meeting His Majesty King Charles III and sharing some information about his bio-based polymers.

CPS Ltd, the UK’s leading supplier of specialist innovative polymer technology was awarded the King’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category. Paul Jones FRSC, Managing Director said: “I’m delighted that CPS has won the Inaugural King’s Award for Enterprise and it was an honour and privilege to meet King Charles who expressed great interest in the sustainable products we have developed.

King Charles is a renowned advocate of social responsibility and environmental campaigning. He has used his position to champion positive change, spearheading numerous initiatives for the planet – and most recently standing as a key figure during COP26.

Paul has also received recognition for his contribution to green chemistry from the Royal Society of Chemistry, he currently sits in the FOREST consortium in the development of bio-based thermosets, he has appeared in two ITN documentaries about green chemistry and he is an avid supporter of the Catalyst Science and Discovery Centre and Museum.


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