Building sustainable communities
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As the UK’s largest industry, the built environment and construction industry accounts for a massive amount of the country's materials consumption and generates one third of all waste products from industrial operations. If the UK is to successfully become a low carbon, energy secure economy, the built environment and construction industry must respond to the challenge to meet increasing demand by growing and renewing building stock in a way which is energy and waste efficient.
Encouraging businesses to develop resource efficient products, minimise waste in refurbishment, and maximise re-use, are small changes that can have a dramatic effect on the environment around us.
CPI works collaboratively with private, public and research sector clients to find innovative solutions which enable our partners to commercialise new, greener, more efficient products and processes for the built environment. From self sustaining communities that manage waste and energy creation through anaerobic digestion, to OLED lighting, structural integrity monitoring and touch control systems for domestic or business applications, CPI is uniquely positioned to help companies develop technologies that meet the varied requirements of the built environment.
Transform waste into valuable bio-products
Use fully recyclable or reusable raw materials
High definition OLED display panels for interior design
Low power printed lighting will usher in a new era of architectural design
Intelligent sensing components save weight and fuel
Lightweight flexible photovoltaic modules for built environments