Composites UK will be presenting at a webinar hosted by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).

This is part of a week of free webinars focused on at sustainability in engineering, taking place from 27 September– 1 October 2021, the organization said.

On 30 September, Composites UK will be holding an hour-long session on why fiber polymer composites are the material of choice for a net zero sustainable world. It is chaired by Composites UK’s sustainability manager, Malcolm Forsyth, and includes presentations from Alan Banks (Ford Motor Company), Martin Halpin (Construction Composites) and Samantha Bunyan (Cecence).

Other sustainability sessions taking place that week are:

  • Engineering a Sustainable Future (hosted by IMechE)
  • Improving Sustainability through Technology Innovations: the role of Engineering Simulations (hosted by Ansys)
  • Tackling the #climatemergency: Here’s how (hosted by Women’s Engineering Society)
  • Automotive Engineering Technology: How advancements in engineering push the sector forward sustainably (hosted by SMMT)
  • How to make compressed air generation less expensive and more sustainable (hosted by Atlas Copco Compressors).

This story uses material from Composites UK, with editorial changes made by Materials Today.