After working closely with ITN Productions Industry News over the past few years, Paul was invited to contribute to their latest programme “Engineering a Sustainable World” ITN Production .
IChemE partnered with ITN Business to produce Engineering a Sustainable World, a programme looking at the role that chemical and process engineers play in addressing climate change. Hosted by the presenter, Lukwesa Burak, from the ITN London Studio, Engineering a Sustainable World looks at the role that chemical engineers play in addressing climate change, the vital role of collaboration between industry and academic institutions, cutting-edge technology and innovation, the development of a sustainable workforce, and the crucial need to inspire the next generation of engineers.
The programme also showcases films from businesses and organisations from across the field of chemical engineering, demonstrating the enormous contributions they are making to our world. Featured within the programme was Chemical Processing Services Ltd and an overview of how CPS has encompassed new sustainable technology with improved toxicological properties to reduce health risks and pioneered new products that aid a reduction in petrochemical reliance. Paul elected to be filmed at the Catalyst Science Discovery Centre and Museum located in Widnes, Halton, North-West England to showcase and support the establishment. The centre has interactive exhibits, reconstructed historical scenes, an observatory, a live-science theatre and family workshops. Bitrez have a new exhibit at the Centre and will be undertaking some experimental work in the labs to provide Children with some insights into Chemistry.