Food waste collected from Peterborough homes for recycling at Biogen’s Northamptonshire anaerobic digestion plant has saved the Council around half a million pounds.
Denbighshire Councillor Brian Blakeley officially opened Biogen's new food waste recycling plant at the Waen, Rhuallt near St Asaph alongside Biogen CEO Julian O'Neill.
Leicestershire County Council will be the first local authority to send food waste to Biogen’s £10M Warwickshire anaerobic digestion plant (AD) for conversion into green energy.
Biogen’s GwyriAD food waste anaerobic digestion (AD) plant near Caernarfon has become the first in Wales to achieve the Publicly Available Specification PAS 110 status for its biofertiliser.
Biogen’s GwyriAD anaerobic digestion plant near Caernarfon has been shortlisted for the 2014 Wales Green Energy Awards in the category of Outstanding Renewable Energy Project