Sustainable Industrial Systems is a research group at The University of Manchester led by Professor Adisa Azapagic.
The main aim of our research is to help identify sustainable solutions for industrial systems on a life cycle basis, taking into account economic, environmental and social aspects. We work across different sectors and supply chains including chemicals, construction, food & drink, energy and transport. In addition to industrial organisations, we collaborate with government, NGO and other organisations.
We specialise in the following areas:
The group is funded by EPSRC, ESRC, NERC, The Carbon Trust and industry.
The latest publications by the Sustainable Industrial Systems Group.
Carbon footprinting and CCaLC training course is taking place on 26th & 27th June 2013 in association with IChemE.
Professor Azapagic to give a plenary talk at the 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering in Korea.
Professor Adisa Azapagic was awarded a short-term Invited Research Fellowship in Japan, given by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).
A complete archive of SIS news articles can be found here.
A complete list of projects that the Sustainable Industrial Systems group are involved with can be found in the Projects page.