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Pushing the boundaries of circularity

Uplift360 develops defence & security centred processes to make the most complex materials reusable or recyclable.

 
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About Us

Uplift360 is a materials circularity company providing research and development on sustainability in the defence and security sector. Through embedding circularity in design, production and disposal we improve economic and ecological outcomes.


Founded by defence technology specialists, scientists and sustainability experts we match innovation with practical applications that have tangible positive environmental impact, shifting away from the 'take, make, dispose' model. 

 

Social Enterprise by Design

The Opportunities Are Endless

The wider military community are brimming with ideas, are highly adept at problem solving and truly resilient human beings - yet the barriers they face in accessing meaningful employment or setting up their own enterprises are well chronicled. Our mission is to create pathways for military spouses into sustainable design, technology and science. Through multiple partnerships we’re building hands on up-skilling opportunities and programs, that have real impact on reducing carbon emissions for defence and security.

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Our Process

The threat climate change posses to our planet and it's people is growing everyday. We help defence and security organisations tackle those concerns head on by looking at the root cause and developing mechanisms to 'target, measure and act' to bring about change.


Working with a broad range of complex and advanced materials, as well as new and emerging processes, we offer our customers economically viable and scalable solutions. Interested in learning more about Uplift360? 

 

Meet The Team

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Sam Staincliffe

Co-Founder

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Jamie Meighan

Co-Founder

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Pam Iannotti

Entrepreneur in Residence

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James Peddell

Science and Innovation Advisor

 

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