Abiel Ma, CEO of Vuala (left); Lord Simon Woolley, Principal, Homerton College, University of Cambridge (right)
Yesterday, our CEO, Abiel had the pleasure of meeting Lord Simon Woolley, Principal at Homerton College, University of Cambridge, to discuss our food waste separation technology and its potential impact on the environment.
We were thrilled to hear that Lord Simon Woolley is a strong advocate for sustainable solutions, recognizing the role that food waste plays in contributing to climate change. As a company focused on tackling this issue, we were excited to explore ways in which we can collaborate with Homerton College to accelerate their transition to Net Zero.
Homerton College has been incredibly supportive of our startup, and we are grateful for the opportunity to pilot our technology on their campus. We believe that this partnership can serve as a model for other universities and institutions looking to reduce their environmental footprint and promote sustainability.
We are excited about the future and the potential impact that Vuala’s food waste technology can have on creating a more sustainable world. Together with Homerton College, we can make a difference and pave the way towards a greener future.