Welcome to the Research into EcoChemistry and Environmental Technology website. Our website is focused upon research into the effects of chemicals in the environment and the risks they pose to human health and the environment. The environment is a hot topic right now and with good reason. Never before has the system we take so much for granted been so threatened by our own actions. Research into EcoChemistry and Environmental Technology enables us to both mitigate the effects of our past behaviour and also to plan for less harmful future strategies.

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Research into EcoChemistry can among other things enable the government to take a lead on the global stage, and work for an international agreement to cut climate pollution, as well as to cut the UK's emissions by at least 3% year on year, and to help the poorest countries get access to clean energy, help them cut out poverty and deal with the climate disasters they are already facing. Send us an email or give us a call to find out how EcoChemistry Research can do all this.

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