CTC worked with transition year students from all over Ireland on energy awareness in the EU funded IUSES project. Pictured here with students, from left: Colman McCarthy (CTC), Mr. Batt O'Keefe then Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, Noel Duffy and Tadhg Coakley (CTC).CTC has been carrying out pure and applied research work and implementing projects since 1992.

We have implemented over 100 projects with 120 partners from 40 countries. We have worked in almost all industrial sectors and in many areas of society. CTC is keen to work with new partners and clients on future pure or applied research work. Contact Tadhg Coakley for further information on collaboration opportunities.

Recent Projects

Green Business Programme

GreenBusiness LogoThe Green Business Programme (an EPA National Waste Prevention Programme initiative) involved a free and confidential resource efficiency service for all types of SMEs in Ireland, helping them reduce waste and save money. Contact James Hogan for more information or visit the Green Business Tool for Resource Efficiency.

Food Heroes with BIM

The Food Heroes Project, funded through the Interreg North West Europe Programme, will continue the ongoing collaboration between Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) and the Clean Technology Centre. Contact Colum Gibson for more information or click here to learn more.


energywater logo This EU Horizon 2020 Funded Project aims to improve the competitiveness of the EU industrial sector by reducing energy costs in industrial water processes. Contact Colman McCarthy for more information… or click here to learn more.

Reducing Commercial Food Waste in Ireland

food research project
This EPA Research Programme project will identify the main sources of food waste in the Commercial Sector in Ireland. It will also analyse the causes of food waste within these activities and identify potential methods of preventing such waste.  More… Contact Colum Gibson for more information… Click here to download a full list of CTC projects, in chronological order.
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