Kingfisher is a joint venture between the Armstrong and the founding members of Kingfisher, who have a long track record in both UK and European luxury hotels and resorts. The teams have previously worked together on the UNA St Ives project.
Armstrong is pleased to announce the formations of a Joint Venture with Licella for the exclusive global rights to deploy their patented technology to convert waste plastics into higher value fuels and chemicals.
Tourian is pleased to announce it has secured the rights to build its commercial waste upgrading plant having signed a sub-licence from Mura Technology. The UK plant will be capable of upgrading up to 20,000 tonnes of plastics to oil.
Tourian is pleased to announce it has retained the professional engineering services of GHD to conduct Front End Engineering Design for the 20,000t Cat-HTR plant to be located at the Wilton International site in the North East of England.
Armstrong has expanded its operational base by opening an office in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
The technology used by Tourian Renewables Limited, an EIS qualifying company advised by Armstrong Energy, which focuses on turning end-of-life plastics into oil, is featured in the Guardian.