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Key areas we can help:

Feasibility and Funding

AD Construction and Commissioning

AD Plant Operation and Management

Feedstock and Digestate Management

Sustainability Management and Support Payments

Environmental and Health & Safety Management

Planning and Community

Support and Back Office Services

As well as running our own plants, we work with anaerobic digestion (AD) sites that sit outside of our portfolio. This has made us even more aware of how valuable our experience in running successful plants is to the renewable energy market. Throughout 2021, we’ll be sharing news and updates about our latest partnerships and how your business can tap into the future of AD. In the meantime, if you are looking to increase the efficiency of your AD facility or are looking at the feasibility of a new facility, we welcome the opportunity to help you.

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Achieving your Net Zero Goals

We are extremely excited about the future and we are looking forward to combining our skills and experience to fight against climate change. We want to help develop your Net Zero strategy by demonstrating how AD can be a fundamental solution in achieving your targets.

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Latest News

AD Facility Upgrade: Environmental and Financial Wins

August 4th, 2021|

In Autumn 2020, prior to a facility upgrade, we performed another successful AD tank clean. Facility upgrades have allowed this AD site to reduce ammonia emissions and utilise 5% more biogas from their feedstocks – an environmental win and a financial win!

Why Net Zero is so Important

July 22nd, 2021|

What is net zero? Net zero is the balance between the amount of greenhouse gas emissions produced and the amount of these gases that are removed from the atmosphere. We reach net zero when the amount of gases added equal no more than the amount that are taken away. In order to effectively reach net zero, we have to focus on both routes towards the goal: reducing the production of greenhouse emissions [...]

Anaerobic Digestion: the Future of Renewable Energy

July 15th, 2021|

In the UK, anaerobic digestion (AD) is set to become the go-to circular renewable energy source. The green energy produced by AD is already playing a significant part in the UK’s decarbonisation of electricity and the NFU recently shared that AD is the “key technology to meet its ambitious target” of Net Zero by 2050. There are now 500 AD plants in operation across the UK, powering farms, businesses, and homes all [...]

Nick’s 7 Day Challenge

June 24th, 2021|

Our partner farmer, Nick Bragg from Frogmary Green Farm, is taking part in a fantastic challenge to raise money for our local community. This intense, 7 day challenge requires Nick, and his brave accomplices, to travel the equivalent of a full marathon each day (half cycling and half running). All money raised will be donated to the South Petherton C of E Infant School and the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance. Fundraising [...]

The Circular Economy Explained

May 18th, 2021|

The circular economy is a term which encourages change – put simply, “to rethink and redesign the way we make stuff”. It is an economic framework that is restorative and regenerative by design, which minimises the usage and wastage of finite supplies. This includes avoiding mass production of new resources and mass wastage (known as a linear economy). The circular economy instead promotes resource efficiency by considering businesses, society and the environment. [...]

How does AD benefit the agricultural industry?

May 13th, 2021|

Anaerobic Digestion (AD) has been termed the ‘natural ally’ for UK farmers looking to adopt sustainable practices. AD’s approach to green waste management caters to many elements of agricultural practices, making them the perfect partners. For instance, AD takes agricultural waste off UK farmers’ hands, transforming it into renewable energy which can be used on farmland or in the local community, as well as producing a digestate bi-product that can be [...]

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