CEMS has been appointed the sole distributorship for Ireland and UK fo the MAPPOWER equipment product range.

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Cems signs deal with major chinese power plant providers and boiler manufacturing companies.

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Cems agrees with Dalian University to form a joint research materials research and development at its Panjin campus.

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Changli aquires CE compliance for its newly developed  light weight thermal efficent concrete products AND certfication for the use of all types of waste sludges in to a fuel  briquette / balls/ powder.

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Cems ACQUIRES EUROPEAN DIVISION OF Zhengzhou changli manufacturing Co Ltd. This is a spechalist construction equipment and recycling equipment manufacturer.

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CEMS Divers on Asguard Team July 2010.  A team of Irish divers have brought to the surface items from the wrecked hull of the sail and training vessel the Asgard II.  Among the items returned on the expedition off the coast of France were the ships's wheel and bell...

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CEMS Diver, Paddy Agnew honoured with Long Service Medal Oct 2010.   Presented with his award by President Mary McAleese, Paddy was among almost 100 volunteers honoured who risk their lives searching Ireland's coastline and waterways for missing people.

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€8 million announced for research infrastructure in Ringaskiddy, Co Cork, Ireland.  July 10.  MERC3 partners on the crest of a wave following the announcement by An Taoiseach Brian Cowen and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation Mr. Batt O Keeffe of €8 million for research infrastructure in Ringaskiddy

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CEMS receives full academic support from University College Cork. The Group benefits from the university's research capabilities in the fields of marine research, coastal research, water quality, analysis of dangerous substances and hazardous waste, testing and environmental footprinting, structural engineering, surveying, PCB/hazardous chemical testing and monitoring.

 

University College Cork is situated in south-west Ireland and was founded as a Queen's College in 1845. The university has 19,269 full-time students.

 

The University has an enrolment of 12,578 undergraduate students and 3,663 at postgraduate level. There are 1,040 visiting students and 1,988 participating in Adult Education courses. UCC's widely diverse student-body includes 2,400 international students representing 98 nationalities worldwide. 2,859 people work at UCC, of whom 1,665 are academic and research staff.

 

UCC is one of the leading research institutions in Ireland and its research income is consistently one of the highest in the country. The university offers a research-led curriculum that attracts the highest calibre of students. The university has over 120 degree and professional programmes given through some 60 departments.

 

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