His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales visited Biogen's first full-scale food waste anaerobic digestion plant in Wales.
Work has begun on Biogen’s second food waste anaerobic digestion plant in Wales.
Biogen expects to start construction on an £11 million anaerobic digestion (AD) facility in Scotland next year after planning permission was granted by Midlothian council at the end of last month.
Work has started on site in Atherstone, Warwickshire where a new renewable energy plant will produce electricity for thousands of homes.
Biogen has been shortlisted for the prestigious National Recycling Awards in the category Recycling and Waste Management Business of the Year.