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  • Free Flexibuster and Muckbuster

    Bio-waste producers can now convert their waste into energy with no equipment cost. SEaB Energy, the multi-award winning manufacturer of small-scale and micro-scale anaerobic digestion (AD) systems, has secured funding to enable up to 20 businesses to have a unit installed and operating on their premises free of charge*. Each AD unit is housed in a transportable container, enabling it to be ...


    By SEaB Energy Ltd.

  • AD overtakes landfill energy production

    The latest figures from the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) reveals that the UK’s 540 anaerobic digestion plants now generate more energy than landfill gas – and represent 2% of national gas production, the industry association has claimed. “AD-derived green gas is an important part of the UK’s energy mix as it performs two roles – it makes ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • WRAP’s £10m Fund for Food Waste Processing Still Available

    Despite the upcoming rise in landfill tax and the financial benefits that energy-from-food-waste bioprocessing plants can generate, no council have applied for a share of the £10m fund made available by WRAP. Only one company was granted a loan so far and there are six others in the pipeline, all from businesses. Back in July last year the Waste and Resources Action Programme ...


    By Eco Food Recycling

  • CAMBI B2 “packaged unit” thermal hydrolysis plant, including steam explosion disintegration

    Cambi, the world’s leading company within Thermal Hydrolysis (THP) pre-treatment of sewage sludge before digestion, will present the following new development at this year’s IFAT in Munich, 7 – 11 May: The new Cambi B2 THP for medium sized WWTPs starting at 50,000 p.e.  or 1,500 t DS (dry solids)/year up to 6,600 t DS (240,000 p.e.) . The Cambi B2 will enable your plant to ...


    By Cambi Group AS

  • Dublin City Council build on the success of the existing Cambi Thermal Hydrolysis Plant (THP)

    Due to additional demands on the Ringsend Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) Dublin City Council awarded a project to Celtic Anglian Water and Enpure Limited to upgrade the Ringsend (WWTP).    This project is for an extension to the massive Ringsend works that treats Dublin’s sewage.   The work will comprise increasing additional capacity for the treatment of sludges by the upgrading and ...


    By Cambi Group AS

  • 5th international symposium and exhibition on mechanical-biological waste treatment (MBT / AWT), material recovery facilities (MRF) and recycling

    Waste-to-Resources is world’s leading conference on MBT and MRF. The previous conferences had participants from about 40 countries each. On three days experts from nearly 20 countries will present their practical experiences and new developments. Key aspects of the current programme are as follows: 11th of June: General topics, strategies, different waste treatment technologies, ...


    By Wasteconsult

  • ENER-G welcomes government u-turn on support

    Renewable energy specialist ENER-G (www.energ.co.uk) has welcomed the government's u-turn on financial support for small-scale anaerobic digestion (AD) plants, which means that facilities between 50kW and 5MW will continue to receive Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROCs). In its review of support for renewable energy published in July, the government had ...


    By ENER-G

  • Firm to invest in organic waste recycling

    Small business investor Acuity Capital Management is launching a venture capital trust for UK organic waste recycling infrastructure. Aiming to invest in eight to twelve sites and seeking £20 million from retail investors, the majority of projects will be made up of anaerobic digestion technology, while the remaining few will be in-vessel composting sites. ...

  • The Potential for Biogas in Africa

    When thinking about renewable energy it’s common to think of wind power and solar. However there is massive potential in Africa for the utilisation of renewable gas for power generation. Some naturally occurring microbes are able to break down organic material in the absence of oxygen to produce different types of biologically created gas – ‘ ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Clean Low Emission Technologies Proposed for Waste Management in the Philippines

    “Proven Anaerobic Digestion and thermal gasification technologies to dispose municipal solid waste have negative or zero emissions and considered low carbon technologies, they never affect the environment and readily comply with  the strict provisions of the Philippine Clean Air Act.” This was the declaration of Ruth P. Briones ...


    By Greenergy Solutions Inc.

  • Visit SEaB Energy at RWM 2012 on stand 06N61, 11-13th September 2012 NEC Birmingham

    SEaB Energy would like to invite you to attend the annual waste management, energy and renewables event – Resource and Waste Management 2012 11 -13th September 2012, NEC Birmingham and meet with our team. RECOMMENDED EVENTS FOR YOUR ATTENDANCE SCHEDULE: Visit SEaB Energy on stand number 06N61 in Hall 6. ...


    By SEaB Energy Ltd.

  • Base Structures celebrate 10 year anniversary

    Building a strong reputation as a market leader through the successful completion of many landmark projects, during the last decade notable achievements include Heathrow Terminal 5, Manchester International Festival, Eden Project and the Mound Stand at Lords Cricket Ground. From humble beginnings with only three members of staff, Base Structures has grown significantly into an eminent company ...


    By Base Structures Ltd

  • Student Team at University of Missouri-Columbia to Receive $14,874 to Study Treatment of Food Waste with Pig Manure

    A student team at the University of Missouri-Columbia will receive $14,874 from EPA to study the feasibility of treating food waste mixed with swine manure and gather data from the process related to energy use, greenhouse gases and recovered nutrients. The UMC project, “Feasibility and Life Cycle Assessment of Anaerobic Co-Digestion of Campus Food Waste and Swine Manure,” is one of ...

  • Feed-in tariffs: written ministerial statement by Chris Huhne, secretary of state for energy and climate change

    I am today announcing the start of the first review of the Feed in Tariffs (FITs) scheme for small scale low carbon electricity generation. Decentralised renewables are vital to green growth and the FITs scheme has proved highly successful at stimulating growth, driving innovation, creating jobs and cutting carbon. Since the scheme began last year more than 21,000 installations have registered to ...

  • Cambi won the SPIR Award 2015 at the annual Conference of Renewables

    Cambi was on 29th April 2015 announced as the winner of the SPIR Award 2015 at the annual Conference of Renewables (Fornybarkonferansen). Cambi receives the award as a result of its patented technology for Thermal Hydrolysis (CambiTHP). The benefits for the environment and for addressing climate change represent the main focus for the SPIR Award. Cambi’s installations on plants around the ...


    By Cambi Group AS

  • UNTHA’s customised four-shaft shredder is hot topic for 2012 ADBA expo

    Energy from Waste shredding specialists UNTHA UK will be exhibiting at the ADBA conference in July to discuss the country’s leading waste shredder for organic materials. UNTHA UK’s managing director Chris Oldfield will head up a small team of technology experts who will talk to delegates about the customised RS40 waste shredder – a special four-shaft machine with an intelligent ...


    By UNTHA UK LTD

  • ENER-G expands CHP wastewater treatment and biogas team

    ENER-G Combined Power has expanded its specialist CHP wastewater treatment  and biogas team with the appointment of biofuels experts Martin Wager and Laurence Stephenson. Martin joins ENER-G as Business Development Manager (Biofuels) from Cogenco. He has been involved in more than 40 CHP sewage treatment and ...


    By ENER-G

  • Codigestion At Water Resource Recovery Facilities

    About five years ago, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) formally began using the term, water resource recovery facility (WRRF), in place of wastewater treatment plant. WEF noted that the name change reflects a changing paradigm in the water sector, focusing on recovery of water, nutrient and energy resources. In a press release announcing the change, WEF referenced codigestion ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • With the energy of water and the sun

    The lack of clean water and effluent disposal in many developing countries has moved into the focus of public attention in recent years. This is why the United Nations has declared the decade from 2005 to 2015 to be the "International Decade for Action Water for Life". Since 2012 a TiSUN solar system has supported the ground-breaking project of the "LooWatt" toilet, which guarantees an energy ...


    By TiSUN GmbH

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