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.
Work has begun on Biogen's first food waste anaerobic digestion plant in Wales.
It was announced to the stock exchange today (2nd August 2012) that market leaders in food waste anaerobic digestion (AD), BiogenGreenfinch, have secured a £24.4m investment from construction and property giants, Kier.
Gwynedd Council has granted planning permission for green energy company BiogenGreenfinch to build and operate a new anaerobic digestion plant at Llwyn Isaf, Caernarfon.
Green energy company BiogenGreenfinch will set out its plans for a food waste recycling plant at Rhuallt when it unveils an exhibition in Waen later this month.