8th November 2012 -- Awarded by The Industrial Fabrics Association International at the 2012 International Achievement Awards, which took place in Boston, USA on November 7th, this prestigious competition provides recognition of the best products in the specialty fabrics market with entries judged by industry experts, editors, architects, educators and design professionals who were selected for their knowledge in particular field of study or product area.
Our biogas accumulator is an essential component for anaerobic digestion plants by acting as a temporary store, our innovative design (patent applied for) allow biogas to be accumulated when the AD plant is producing at a high rate and then supplementing the supply to the combined heat and power engine when productivity falls.
Jon Morris commented “This award comes at a very good time for Base as we are just receiving our first Purchase Orders for gas holders to be delivered to the USA in Jan 2013. The team at Base are all very proud of our growing involvement in the global environmental industry and are delighted to accept this award as a recognition of that hard work”
Base welcomes enquiries from both partners and potential customers. For further information please contact Fran Buchanan on +44 (0) 117 971 2229, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Base Structures Biogas Storage microsite.
About Base Structures
Founded in 2001, Base Structures is a specialist sub contractor offering a one stop shop for the design, manufacture and installation of tensile fabric structures.Operating across Europe, Base has 50 staff and £5million turnover. Notable client projects include Up at The O2, Heathrow Terminal 5, Manchester International Festival and the Mound Stand at Lords Cricket Ground.
Services include bespoke exterior and interior fabric structures plus a range of pre-designed tensile fabric products, as well as zoo mesh enclosures, biogas storage holders and the new TEXO® fabric framing system.
For further information please visit www.basestructures.com