• Reversing the VAT charge

    Clay Technology magazine
    A domestic VAT reverse charge is being introduced on certain building and construction services from 1 October 2019, making the customer accountable for VAT of purchases rather than the supplier.
  • Concreteberg

    Clay Technology magazine
    A mass of concrete weighing a record-breaking 105 tonnes was found under the streets of London. Shardell Joseph reports.
  • The Ceramic Alliance

    Clay Technology magazine
    The Tile Council of North America has introduced a network to share environmental health and safety resources for the national ceramics industry. Shardell Joseph reports.
  • Event report: Student speech contest

    Clay Technology magazine
    Two finalists competed in the UK heats for a place at the European Ceramics Society Conference in June 2019.
  • To coin a phase

    Clay Technology magazine
    The Royal Mint’s limited edition coin celebrates Wedgwood’s history but also highlights financial problems in the UK’s modern day pottery industry.
  • Remediating ACM cladding

    Clay Technology magazine
    Hundreds of high-rise buildings with ACM cladding systems have not yet been remediated. an MP claims the government would have blood on its hands if it fails to act. Shardell Joseph Reports.
  • IOM3 responds to Government Resource and Waste Strategy Consultations

    IOM3 has prepared a response on the following consultations on Plastic packaging tax, Packaging waste: changing the UK producer responsibility system for packaging waste and Introducing a deposit return scheme (DRS) for containers.
  • The world’s largest underwater restaurant

    Materials World magazine
    Europe’s first subsea restaurant, Under, has opened in Norway, offering an aquatic dining experience with a panoramic view.
  • Notice of 2019 IOM3 Annual General Meeting - 2 July, London

    The 2019 Annual General Meeting of the Institute will be held at 12.00pm on 2 July at 297 Euston Road, London
  • Mankind on the brink

    Sustainable Development Group
    IOM3's new CEO, Colin Church, talks about humanity’s impact on earth and the need to be smart about the challenges ahead