Emerald Biogas - the North East’s first commercial food waste Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plant - is encouraging the local farming community to utilise the nutrient rich digestate produced by the facility.
The company, based at Newton Aycliffe Industrial Estate, will produce 50,000 tonnes of digestate annually and is keen to work with farmers within the Newton Aycliffe area to supply the product for use on their land.
A new state-of-the-art food waste plant has opened in County Durham, which will serve the north east’s need to recycle food waste and create renewable energy.
Emerald Biogas has announced the completion of its new anaerobic digestion (AD) plant, which is now ‘open for business’ and the first facility of its type in the region to begin operating.
The £8m facility, based at Newton Aycliffe Industrial Estate, is the North East’s first commercial food waste facility, and will generate enough energy to power 2,000 homes each year.
As Emerald Biogas - the region’s first commercial food waste anaerobic digestion (AD) plant - approaches the end of its commissioning phase it is calling on north east food producers to take action and address the amount of food sent to landfill.
A new £8million anaerobic digestion (AD) facility in County Durham is only weeks away from completion as the project successfully reaches the end of its first phase of construction and commences commissioning.
A new anaerobic digestion (AD) facility, which is set to officially open in May, is recruiting for staff to operate the plant.
A new £8million anaerobic digestion (AD) facility, which will help to process food waste from across the north east and generate renewable energy for the local area, is now in development in County Durham.
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