Is Green the new Red?

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Published on February 24, 2009

Author: Dermott

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Sustainability and Footprint are words heard frequently in boardroom discussions. How can organizations get immediate value using tools and technologies that can add real value to business processes, reduce costs generally, whilst delivering a range of environmentally friendly solutions, compliance with sustainability, and compelling value for the Brand? Read this presentation for the latest information.

Is Green the new RED? How emerging technology can revolutionize businessesBy Dermott ReillyNanolandGlobal Ltd+353 879010419 /+ 4420 3287 9234www.nanolandglobal.com Sept 2011

 Who are NanoLandGlobal? What is nanotechnology? Why is it important? Where has it come from? How will it change the world around us? What is its significance? Why is it an opportunity for your company? Back to Basics Why engage with NanoLandGlobal? How to apply Health and Safety After care-Case Study- Next Steps Sept 2011

 Five years in development Background in RFID Associations with 400 nano-labs and relatedemerging technology start-ups Consultancy role, bridging the gap, fast-tracking knowledge in nanoscience, nanotechnologies and emerging technology for practical business value and environmental best practice. We bring new solutions to old and new problems and excel in CO2 Footprint advice. We operate across five continents. Sept 2011

 The term NANO is derived from the ancient Greek word meaning dwarf: think everything phenomenally small……..instruments, products, materials, atoms Nanomaterials & nanotechnologies are terms used by engineers almost everywhere on account of recent major advances in the materials science community: Instrumentation / AFM, sol gel disposition / soft lithography and so on These technologies are multidisciplinary, offering opportunities in every business sector . They are revolutionising how we manage our environment and business processes and offer some truly compelling value for organizations. Sept 2011

Why is it important?  New technologies can reduce communication costs by £millions per annum ( Let us show you!)  New ways to clean, using 40% less water  Remove need for aggressive cleaning chemicals  Reduce cleaning cycles by 50%  New R&D products, new processes, new solutions  Reduced fuel and oil use, ( c11% ( Let us show you!), + increased time between maintenance cycles  Make light more efficient ( Let us show you!)  Positive impact on Healthcare / Construction / material design  Bigger than the ICT sector within a decade  Countless new applications to address sustainability issues Sept 2011

Where has it come from?Nano materials have always been with us: the building blocks of life = atoms & molecules.What’s new: our ability to see and manipulate these particles using: Advanced instrumentation Scanning Tunnelling Microscope (STM) Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM) Torsional Harmonic Cantilever (THC) Enabling Single molecule imaging, manipulation and the entire chemical reaction in real-time Sept2011

How will it change the worldaround us? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eC pkq_AeX50 Good Introduction to nano technology by EU

What is its significance?Changes the model ofoperation to greener moreefficient business operationsReduces costsReduces use of aggressivecleaning chemicalsOffers protection to assetsReduces water usageReduces cleaning cyclesReduces maintenanceOffers enhanced lightillumination and contrastAntimicrobial protectionElectronic protection againstmoisture / waterNew energy efficiencymethodsEmissions reduction ( dieselsoot -70% Sept 2011

Smart thin film coatings can offer value withno negative influence on the look, colour or texture of materials Long-lasting and has a flexible coating Grease/Oil repellent Salt water resistant Detergent Proof Water Repellent High efficiency and resists acid, alkali, and solvents Odourless Short drying time UV Stable Particle free Sept 2011

Why is it an opportunity foryour organization? Green technologies offer scope to reduce costs & improve Footprint status Brings real change, innovation and opportunities to improve Brand and profit A real force for competitive advantage: all sectors Antimicrobial protection for schools, colleges , public transport facilities etc Cut all fleet cleaning costs / time, for example by 50% Less energy costs = less business costs & compliance Less water usage / better water management Reduced pollution / better recycling Reduce fuel costs for fleets around 11% average savings Increased productivity / time / materials / Aesthetic enhancement (front of house / vehicles/ property) Food productivity ( more for less) Sept 2011

 Reduced costs for cleaning andmaintenance / noise control Seen to be Green in strategy andoperation Introduction to new world ofnanoscience (can bring alternativebenefits in products, services &building design) Hallmark / Innovative companyWater conservation is goodEnergy savings is goodFront of House, Business Names andSigns can look permanently new Sept 2011

Why engage with NLG?Work with friendly, responsive, knowledgeable teamNLG carry out site visits globally to determinebest possible solutions and applicationsWe reduce risk by micro testingOur wide network of nano-engineers ensureclients get vendor-neutral advice andbest in class informationWe engage world recognised expertise from topUniversitiesWe Identify projects that deliver immediate valueNLG offer commercial nano kits to gain initialinsight into the wide range and functionality ofsmart fluids Sept 2011

 Applications depend on materials and size of project One needs to first define the result required Most large applications require an electric atomiser Note the three types of coating functions: 1. Hydrophobic ( water repelling…drops form beads….using Sio2 etc ( so easy cleaning, less detergents, labour…. 2. Hydrophilic ( water attracting : drops flatten out) Tio2… the functions are opposite! ( the force of the water to the surface on impact removed dirt which then falls with gravity and rain) 3. Photocatalytic ( UV-induced reactions that cause decomposition of dirt molecules….great for outside glass & concrete)1, CLEAN- 2, Pre-CLEAN, 3,SPRAY, 4, POLISHPolymerisation will take immediate effect,within 24 hours Sept 2011

 Always wear maskSpray in wellventilated room oroutdoors if appropriate Wear rubber gloves Keep away from liveflame or sparks and comply with allapplication & safetyinstructions providedby manufacturerComply withtemperature warnings Sept 2011

Abrasion can remove coatings. Anti-bacterial charge can fail after 12 months.Surface tension can be measured to determine fatigueless . Follow up cleaning of fatigued areas with Isopropanol, pre-cleaner is recommended. New applications may be required annually depending on materials and environment. Coatings generally are food safe. Sept 2011

Below Copy of email received for ongoing hospital trialHi Dermott,As you can see from the spreadsheet attached we have had some really good results from the test 24hrs after the application, really impressive.We will continue to test on a weekly basis for the next three weeks and I will forward the results to you as we gather them.CheersAndy…………..Andy PenningtonNobles HospitalIsle of ManIM4 4RJTel: 01624 650553Mob: 07624 456476Email: andy.pennington@gov.im Sept 2011

Cleaning with water only! No aggressive cleaningchemicals deployed

Join the ranks of successful organisations like Queen’s, Newham College, Nestle, Disneyland, US Navy and more who are learning the value of these technologies by deploying our commercial NanoKits for R&D know-how, product development, innovation, security, Footprint & pollution control and commercial best practice.

Offering a world class service in emerging nanotechnologies dermott.reilly@nanolandglobal.com +44 (0) 20 3287 9234

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