Tag Archives: Biogas

Diageo turns whisky waste into heat

WASTE FROM Diageo’s whisky production at its Scottish factory will be turned into energy which powers the distillation process.     The anaerobic digestion plant is expected to generate 2 million cubic metres of biogas a year. Designed by Clearflue, it will convert the waste outputs from the distillation process - called pot-ale and draff…
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Footprint Awards winner’s £10 million sustainability plan reaches milestone with water recovery plant fully functioning

DOUBLE FOOTPRINT Awards winner Wyke Farms, the UK’s largest independent cheese producer and milk processor, today welcomes Baroness Verma, (Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change), to officially open its £1million water recovery plant.                   David Warburton, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Somerton and Frome…
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Biogas is a form of biofuel, a gas created when organic matter breaks down in an oxygen-free environment (ferments). Such organic matter can include crop residues, sewage and manure, and biogas is not usually associated with the release of environmentally-damaging pollutants.
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