• Air quality
  • Water industry
  • Water resources
  • Process engineering
  • Sustainable production
  • Industrial environment
  • Analytical chemistry

Scientific communications for businesses that want to grow

Environmental marketing communications

Good marketing is regular, consistent and focused... it addresses the needs of target customers... and it is fresh and engaging.

Buttonwood Marketing is a specialist scientific & technical communications agency. Our clients operate within scientific and/or environmental sectors, and we have an unrivalled understanding of their markets with longstanding associations in the environmental, energy, engineering, laboratory, medical, air quality, utilities & water/waste media.
The award winning marketing that we undertake matches client capabilities with customer needs; building awareness of brand messaging and generating new business.

Our team measures its success by the success of our clients; it is no coincidence that their businesses are flourishing. For us, satisfactory is not good enough, we only succeed if clients are delighted - please review some of our testimonials. As a marketing agency, we specialise in technical, scientific and environmental publicity - click here for examples of scientific PR, case studies & articles, and click here to see examples of our videos on our YouTube page.. Contact us now to find out what we could do for your business.


environmental newsLatest News

Listed below are examples of the news stories that we create on behalf of our clients:

Greenhouse Gas emissions monitoring
Greenhouse Gas emissions reduction

Changing ruminant diets to dramatically lower methane emissions
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Instrumentation competition
Apprentice Competition

WWEM 2018 sees return of Instrumentation Apprentice Competition and new WIPAC Learning Zone
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No-dig pipe relining
VINCI innovation award

Recognition for advanced, cloud-based water monitoring technology
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London air quality
London set for new 'hyperlocal' air quality monitoring network

100 monitors + 2 Google Street View Cars
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