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UEA producing 500 litres of sanitiser a day with help from Adnams


Adnams is donating ethanol to UEA to help its production of hand sanitiser.


Andy Wood, chief executive of Adnams, said: “We have and will continue to doing everything we can to support the health and wellbeing of our customers, our teams, our communities and those who need our support during what are difficult times.”


Professor Mark Searcey, pro-vice chancellor for science at UEA, said: “We’re hugely grateful for the help and generosity from Adnams – we put the call out to help our colleagues in the NHS and they have answered.


“Simply put, we would not be able to continue our hand sanitiser production without support from local businesses sharing the necessary resources, so Adnams’ contribution here is absolutely vital.


We’re still very keen to hear from other local businesses with access to materials used in making or storing the gel, particularly ethanol, at ueahscp@uea.ac.uk.”


We looked into the best way to make hand sanitiser, working with the great team at UEA was the quickest and simplest way we could help.” Any business or individual who can help the effort has been asked to email ueahscp@uea.ac.uk.






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