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CEDCS - professional chemical engineering

Chemical engineering is the engineering science to develop and manufacture chemicals for a vast variety of purposes. Chemical engineers work in many industries, for example food, paints, pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, paper, oil and gas. Without chemical engineers, the goods we take for granted all around us would not exist. Every company and every chemical engineer wants their plant to run free of accidents, incidents and environmental contamination. Keeping a plant safe and operating at peak efficiency maximises business profitability and sustainability. Safety starts with safe design and then continues with safe operation. Chemical engineering is a complex science that requires much theoretical and practical skill and experience to do effectively. CEDCS helps chemical industry clients to design safe plants and then to operate them as safely as possible.

Stuart Ord - chemical

engineer

Stuart Ord is a chemical engineer living in Cheshire, England. He has over 25 years of professional experience working for major companies including ICI, British Nuclear Fuels, and the Ministry of Defense. Since then he has worked as a private consultant, specialising in three areas of chemical engineering: Hazard Studies Risk Assesssment Transient fluid flow You will find pages related to these three topics in more detail on this site. If you would like to discuss potential projects in any of these areas, please contact Stuart via the contact page.

All work and no play?

Chemical engineering doesn’t often pay engineers salaries to rival successful pop stars and footballers, although it usually tops the salary reviews of the professional engineering disciplines. Engineers also need external interests (in my view) to develop their ability to see problems from many directions, which helps chemical engineers to warrant their reputation for creative engineering problem solving. Fortunately chemical engineering has enabled me to pursue a number of outside interests. So, Stuart’s interests outside work and family are: Aircraft Model aircraft Photography Model engineering House and home Motor racing There are also pages on this site relating to those. Why not read about my aviation exploits and browse my photography gallery?

Working with

others

Stuart is proud to represent other consultancies, such as Lloyds Register, Haztech, 4-Sight Consulting and Wilde Analysis.

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Welcome

CEDCS - professional chemical

engineering

Chemical engineering is the engineering science to develop and manufacture chemicals for a vast variety of purposes. Chemical engineers work in many industries, for example food, paints, pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, paper, oil and gas. Without chemical engineers, the goods we take for granted all around us would not exist. Every company and every chemical engineer wants their plant to run free of accidents, incidents and environmental contamination. Keeping a plant safe and operating at peak efficiency maximises business profitability and sustainability. Safety starts with safe design and then continues with safe operation. Chemical engineering is a complex science that requires much theoretical and practical skill and experience to do effectively. CEDCS helps chemical industry clients to design safe plants and then to operate them as safely as possible.

Stuart Ord - chemical

engineer

Stuart Ord is a chemical engineer living in Cheshire, England. He has over 25 years of professional experience working for major companies including ICI, British Nuclear Fuels, and the Ministry of Defense. Since then he has worked as a private consultant, specialising in three areas of chemical engineering: Hazard Studies Risk Assesssment Transient fluid flow You will find pages related to these three topics in more detail on this site. If you would like to discuss potential projects in any of these areas, please contact Stuart via the contact page.

All work and no play?

Chemical engineering doesn’t often pay engineers salaries to rival successful pop stars and footballers, although it usually tops the salary reviews of the professional engineering disciplines. Engineers also need external interests (in my view) to develop their ability to see problems from many directions, which helps chemical engineers to warrant their reputation for creative engineering problem solving. Fortunately chemical engineering has enabled me to pursue a number of outside interests. So, Stuart’s interests outside work and family are: Aircraft Model aircraft Photography Model engineering House and home Motor racing There are also pages on this site relating to those. Why not read about my aviation exploits and browse my photography gallery?

Working with others

Stuart is proud to represent other consultancies, such as Lloyds Register, Haztech, 4-Sight Consulting and Wilde Analysis.