Turning the Plastic Tide: Ripple Challenge 2020

SeaScapes Partnership hosted by Durham County Council and supported by the Water Hub and the Heritage Coast Partnerships is launching its Ripple Challenge

Turning the Plastic Tide: Ripple Challenge 2020

While Ripple 2020 may have had to be cancelled due to Covid-19, we're very excited to announce that the SeaScapes Partnership (hosted by the Durham County Council and supported by the Water Hub and the Heritage Coast Partnerships) is still launching its Ripple challenge and wants to work with creative consultants to design a promotional campaign which will look for innovative and entrepreneurial companies to help the SeaScapes Partnership solve the problem of the flow of litter finding its way down rivers and streams and ending up on our beaches and in the sea.

The submission deadline is June 26th and the commission is worth up to £5000. 

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Turning the Plastic Tide


Case Study: OGEL’s Innovative Flood Defence Barrier

OGEL’s Innovative Flood Defence Barrier

When Gary Giles, founder of OGEL, had an idea to recycle materials into an effective flood defence barrier little did he know that it would result in an exciting new business designing and innovating a novel product that is sure to have a far-reaching impact on flood defences, temporary housing and shelter, and beyond.

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OGEL Story

 

 


Celebrating our project’s highlights and achievements 2017-2020

Celebrating our project’s highlights and achievements
2017-2020

We are excited to share the highlights of an assessment completed of the Water Hub project by Sanjee Ratnatunga, Director of Ideas for Change Consulting, which was an invaluable opportunity for us to learn and reflect on our project these past years and what impact we have made on innovation in the water sector.
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Project Highlights