anaerobic digestion Companies

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American Biogas Council (ABC)

based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA)

American Biogas Council (ABC) is the first anaerobic digestion (AD) industry association in the United States that represents a full range of anaerobic digestion technologies and projects, including farm-based digesters, centralized facilities processing a variety of municipal and industrial organic waste streams, and existing digesters at municipal wastewater treatment ...

A.C. Shropshire Ltd.

based in Huncote, UNITED KINGDOM

Shropshires food waste recycling services can help you to maximise your revenue and minimise the costs in disposing of your surplus food production. Simply select which button applies to your requirements. Shropshires is an established surplus food processing company based in Huncote, Leicestershire. We specialise in recycling commercial food waste into biogas energy and ...

SEaB Energy Ltd.

based in Southampton, UNITED KINGDOM

SEaB is an international, UK based company working in the renewable energy and energy from waste sectors. The company is located at the University of Southampton Science Park in Chilworth on the outskirts of Southampton, UK.SEaB has developed and patented MUCKBUSTER® and Flexibuster™ compact easy to install turnkey anaerobic digestion (AD) systems which have the potential ...

Stream BioEnergy

based in Blackrock,, IRELAND

Stream BioEnergy is a developer of industrial and agricultural scale Anaerobic Digestion plants. The company was formed to address the deficit of infrastructure available to process organic waste in Ireland in line with legislative requirements. Stream Capital Renewables is the parent company of Stream BioEnergy.Blackrock,

WaterSmart Environmental, Inc.

based in Shawnee Mission, KANSAS (USA)

WaterSmart Environmental, Inc. is a provider of waste-to-energy technologies and a manufacturer of highly engineered water purification components and systems. The waste-to-energy technologies are intended for municipalities, animal feedlots, pulp and paper mills, sugar cane factories, and food processing companies. The next generation technology is capable of achieving ...

Grow The Energy Circle Ltd. (GrowTech)

based in Coaldale, ALBERTA (CANADA)

GrowTEC is a multi-faceted bio-energy venture by the Perry family that is a model of innovation and sustainable industry. Our intention is to be in harmony with our surrounding environment and community and to lead the way in closing the circle between agriculture and energy.

Qila Energy LLP

based in London, UNITED KINGDOM

Qila Energy is a British engineering company dedicated to developing renewable energy systems for farmers. We call these systems anaerobic digestion (AD) plants. We’re distinctly home-grown. The company is based right here in the UK and we understand the demands of agriculture in this country. This means that we’ve got the knowledge and expertise to be able to supply the ...

NorthEast Biogas, LLC

based in NEW YORK (USA)

NorthEast Biogas, LLC works with organic waste producers to profitably generate renewable energy, capture value of greenhouse gas emission reductions, mitigate environmental risks, create new revenue streams, and reduce waste management costs. We use only proven technology systems from a variety of manufacturers, chosen to best match site specific needs, and, as the ...

Bio-en Power Inc.

based in Elmira, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Bio-en Power is a Renewable Energy company committed to developing leading edge anaerobic digestion facilities with environmentally friendly energy producing technology. Bio-en is a Canadian company that designs, builds and operates anaerobic digesters. The company is the initiative of an Austrian entrepreneur who owns and operates a biogas and power generation plant in ...


based in Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA

We convert waste into energy. The business model is to provide a turnkey solution to our clients. Our solutions include Anaerobic Digestion Plants, Gasification Plants and Waste Water Treatment Plants. Our primary focus is on the conversion of waste to gas which can then be utilised in generating electricity, heat, cold and etc

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