biogenic waste News

  • Biogen Food Waste AD Plant, St Asaph

    Biogen provides an integrated food waste management solution for supermarkets, caterers, pubs, hotels, food manufacturers and local authorities across the UK. The plant in Waen, St Asaph processes waste from a variety of county’s such as Conwy, Swansea, Denbighshire and Flintshire. The anaerobic digestion (AD) plant processes 22,500 tonnes of food ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Energos expands with acquisition of BioGen Power

    UK clean energy recovery from waste business Energos Holdings Limited (www.energos.com ), part of the ENER-G group, has acquired waste to energy business BioGen Power Limited through a share swap arrangement. Energos, which is gasification technology partner to BioGen Power and already had a 28% shareholding in the business, has released shares to the former BioGen ...


    By ENER-G

  • Newport grants Biogen gasification plant planning permission

    A new gasification plant is set to be built in Newport, south Wales, after planning permission was granted to BioGen Power. The facility will have the capacity to process 120,000 tonnes of waste and will generate 12 MWe of electricity. BioGen Power will work with Energos to provide the technology for the plant. BioGen Power chief executive Christian Reeve said: “This is a highly suitable location ...

  • It`s four out of four for BioGen power!

    BioGen Power, the UK’s fastest growing EfW company was today (Thursday 17th September 2009) granted full planning consent by the Vale of Glamorgan County Council to build an 80,000 tonne per year Energos EfW facility at the Port of Barry, some 10 miles west of the welsh capital, Cardiff. This is the fourth planning consent for BioGen Power following similar success at Irvine, Newport and ...


  • FTSE 100 company invest in BioGen Power

    International Power plc (IPR), a UK based international wholesale generator who own and operate a number of power stations across the globe, have invested in BioGen Power, the UK’s leading ATT renewable energy business. The deal, which sees IPR taking a 5% stake in BioGen Power, also commits IPR to evaluate further investments in a number of Energos Energy Recovery Facilities (ERFs) being ...


  • BioGen Power to build world`s largest residual waste gasification plant

    BioGen Power has received planning permission to build the world’s largest waste gasification facility to be fuelled by residual waste in Bradford, West Yorkshire. The facility will process 160,000 tonnes of residual waste each year, generating 83,300 MWe of electricity. Energos, owned by Manchester-based energy solution provider Ener-G, will supply the gasification technology. BioGen Power ...

  • European conference on waste-to-energy

    Britain must renew its waste management systems over the next few years. There are plans to increase the proportion of energy supplied from renewable sources, as concerns over climate change become embedded in legislation. Defra estimates that England could produce more than two million tonnes per year of Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) from household waste; the potential from commercial and ...

  • Engineering the Future: Releasing the Potential of Waste

    Only when the appropriate recycling methods are employed can waste become a resource. And this is not a matter of energy versus materials recovery. It all relies on spending some thought on which treatment steps can achieve the optimum. At the "waste to energy+recycling" on February 19 to 20, 2013 in Bremen, Germany, Thilo Lehmann, Managing Director of ...


    By Freesen & Partner GmbH

  • Shortlist unveiled for Northern Ireland waste PFI

    The Southern Waste Management Partnership in Northern Ireland has revealed its shortlist of bidders for the private finance scheme, according to MRW’s sister publication Infrastructure Journal. The procurer is understood last year to have been awarded GBP£120-GBP£150 million in PFI credits from the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for the contract. The shortlisted bidders are: ...

  • First food waste anaerobic digestion plant introduced

    Wales’ First Minister Carwyn Jones officially opened the Prosiect GwyriAD plant at a recycling plant in Llwyn Isaf, near Caernarfon, bringing online the country’s first purpose built anaerobic digestion (AD) for generating power from food waste. The £6m project which is expected to process 11,000 tonnes of food waste from the local area was backed by a £2.4m grant from the ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • Opposition to Lisburn energy from waste gasification plant

    A proposed energy from waste gasification plant has prompted strong opposition from both residents and members of the council in Lisburn, Northern Ireland. A planning application to build the plant on the site of a former burn house on the Moira Road was lodged by Lisburn Energy Recovery but since then has faced criticism, with one councillor calling for a formal opposition to the proposal. ...

  • Waste-to-energy revolution boosted by biobattery idea

    Competition to make bio-fuels out of waste products that would otherwise have to be dumped is creating a fast-growing, worldwide industry. And a German research organisation now believes it has perfected a system called a “biobattery” for turning a vast range of waste ...


    By Climate News Network

  • New renewable energy from waste tool to save time and money

    Cranfield University has developed a new approach for calculating the potential renewable energy derived from waste material, prior to incineration, which could save time and money for the energy and waste industries. The Government’s Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs) scheme places an obligation on UK electricity suppliers to demonstrate the biomass content, or fraction, of mixed ...


    By Cranfield University

  • Energy sources for the future - exhibition and conference “waste to energy” begins in Bremen

    Alternative energies and renewable resources continue to be an important topic. The international exhibition and conference “waste to energy” which takes place at the Bremen exhibition centre on Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 May 2010 is devoted to a very special “renewable” raw material: energy from waste and biomass. The partner country this year is Great Britain. The event organisers are expecting ...

  • Energy from Waste conference - Speech by Climate Change Minister, Greg Barker, at the Energy from Waste 2014 conference

    It’s great to be here with you today and a fantastic opportunity to hear from the energy from waste sector. The Conservative Manifesto in 2010 pledged that government would work towards a ‘zero waste’ economy recognising that waste is a valuable resource, not least as an important source of energy, is key to that vision. Discussions at the conference so far have been very ...

  • Research and Markets: Waste Management Market - UK 2010-2014

    Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Waste Management Market - UK 2010-2014" report to their offering. By value, ABI data indicates that the market for the collection and disposal of controlled waste was valued at around 7.4 billion in 2008. With reports ...


  • MarketResearchReports.biz: Global Waste To Energy Market Growth 2012-2018

    Global energy market is witnessing a shift toward waste to energy technologies as a result of the increasing energy demand worldwide, depletion of conventional energy sources, and growing concerns of environmental pollution from conventional energy sources. Governments across the globe and social organizations are offering financial schemes for encouraging generation of energy from agricultural ...


  • Global Waste Derived Biogas Market 2012-2018 - Waste Derived Biogas Industry,share,size,Study,Growth,Analysis,Trends And Forecast 2012-2018

    Waste derived biogas market is projected to reach $217 billion by the year 2016 owing to the factors like price instability, supply anxieties, and environmental awareness towards the use of fossil fuels.  Biogas is a clean fuel mainly obtained from waste materials and is a significant substitute for conventional fossil fuels. Renewable, sustainable energy generation will be the fastest ...


  • Hunting for Hidden Treasure - The International Trade Fair for Waste Management and Environmental Technology shows how waste can be turned into valuable resources

    Urban mining — the recovery of raw materials from waste — is the vision of the future for the global waste-management industry. This aims to conserve natural resources and protect the environment, but that's not all. For today, there are also increasingly good business reasons to recycle and reuse materials from the waste generated in advanced economies. This is because of a growing demand — and ...


    By Koelnmesse

  • Panel Session: How will food waste policy affect AD in the next 5 years?

    ADBA NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2014 AD 2015-2020: What can we achieve? “The single change in policy that could have the biggest impact is probably a ban on food to landfill." Robin Latchem, Editor, Materials Recycling World Magazine Panel Session: How will food waste policy affect AD in the next 5 years? ...

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