Lights, Camera, Action Bron!
To show that Good With Words is good to go no matter the weather, here’s a shot of Bron at the Agrivert launch.
Operating across the UK, Agrivert is a market leader in anaerobic digestion and we worked with their team during the opening of its latest food recycling plant at Stormy Down.
The plant will process around 48,000 tonnes of organic waste per year, generating 3MW of electricity – enough to supply over 5,900 homes.
A truly impressive operation – find out more at www.agrivert.co.uk
The entry was posted in blog, Uncategorized on December 12th, 2016 by admin
Real help, right now
Everyone will have a family member or loved one who has faced a cancer diagnosis and the emotional impact the disease has on lives is often complex.
It is why CISS in South Wales proves invaluable to so many.
It provides an objective, flexible cancer support service, offering emotional support and information for those affected by cancer in any way – patient, carers, family and friends.
They are a fantastic team and it was an honour to work with them and create content for their new website.
The entry was posted in blog, Uncategorized on November 4th, 2016 by admin
Smarter Cities for all
Although cities occupy only 2% of the land they are responsible for 70% of carbon emissions and consume 60% of the world’s energy.
So visionary companies such as HAL24K are setting out how to better manage our resources and create ‘Smarter Cities’.
Data science is leading the way – through machine learning, deep learning and complex event processing – so huge data sets can be transformed into real-time, operational insight.
It means decisions can be made quickly and that collectively we’ve a fighting chance to solve tough, multidimensional problems.
Good With Words created content for its website and with investment now in place, we expect great things from HAL24K in the year ahead.
The entry was posted in blog, Uncategorized on July 13th, 2016 by admin
Joining the landfill fight
Wales has reduced its rate of landfill by 30% in three years and the country hopes to continue to lead the way in the UK.
Waste fell from 641,000 tonnes in 2012/13 to 450,000 tonnes in 2014/15 and now the development of an iPhone app, SkipAdvisor, aims to help anyone involved in a home improvement project dispose of building waste responsibly.
The app is a Welsh government-backed initiative and it will give guidance to homeowners as well as those in the building trade, highlighting how easy it is to use accredited Green Compass companies to sort and divert waste and keep it out of landfill.
As you can see, Bron is ready to roll up her sleeves and help the good fight. We’ll update the site with news of the Skipadvisor launch as soon as we can.