Leading green energy company Biogen and partner Alauna Renewable Energy have signed a deal with the City of Edinburgh and Midlothian Councils for the design and build of a new food waste recycling plant near Millerhill, in Midlothian.
Peterborough City Council has chosen award-winning green energy company Biogen to deliver a 5-year contract to recycle food waste from local households.
Hertfordshire is soon to have its own state of the art recycling facility which will generate renewable energy from food waste.
Biogen has been named preferred bidder for a contract to build and operate what will be its third food waste to energy plant in Wales.
The North Wales Consortium of Denbighshire County Council, Conwy County Borough Council and Flintshire County Council has completed an agreement with the UK’s leading food waste anaerobic digestion company Biogen and investors Iona Capital, for a contract to design, build, fund and operate a food waste to energy plant at Waen, St Asaph, Denbighshire. The contract is for a minimum of 15 years.