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Environmental Chemistry Group, Water Science Forum and the Separation Science Group Joint Meeting

siloxanes in biogas

Date: Friday 3rd March 2017 Topic: What’s new in the analysis of complex environmental matrices? Address: Science Suite, Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, LONDON, W1J 0BA. Times: 09:00-16:30 IMSPEX Diagnostics will be showcasing its unique GC-IMS technology at the  Environmental  matrices,Chromatographic society meeting on March 3rd at Burlington House. The IMSPEX instrument via […]

Siloxanes in biogas gas from landfill waste

Siloxanes in biogas gas from landfill waste

The generation of electricity from land fill is of increasing interest as a form of renewable energy to be used on site or sold to grid. However, siloxanes found in cosmetics, shampoos and a host of consumer products as well as industrial products make their way into land-fill and can cause considerable damage to power […]

Reducing sugar in fruit juices

Reducing sugar in fruit juices

There has been a great amount of pressure on the drinks industry to reduce sugar in drinks. Focus has been on fruit juices that are perceived to be a healthy option amongst the sugary drinks. Sugar plays an important technical role as it contributes to the sweetness of a product and plays other roles such […]

Reduced Salt and Sugar in Ready Meals

Reduced Salt and Sugar in Ready Meals

In today’s society reduced sugar and salt are one of the main elements of a healthy lifestyle.  With the busy lives that people have resorting to a ready meal is a quick option at the end of a long hard day. Consumers and media have focused on healthy living and food manufacturers have addressed this […]