2G CHP units plus gas treatment installed by Scottish Water Horizons to help recycle...

As environmental and recycling targets become ever more stringent, local authorities and businesses are looking for viable, competitively priced solutions to managing waste and reducing its environmental impact. That’s why 2G, a leading manufacturer of...

Containment Systems – we can help you meet your obligations

CQA International Ltd (Containment Quality Associates) is an environmental engineering consultancy specialising in containment engineering worldwide for over 25 years. Our experienced engineers have designed and supervised the construction of containment systems in the...

New possibilities for AD in the utility industries and beyond

Treating low strength wastewater at low temperature How best to treat wastewater is one of the greatest challenges facing the water industry. The environmental concerns are two-fold, firstly, the impact of discharges on the environment...

What do planes and anaerobic digestion have in common?

The answer is the autoclave. Many parts on planes are cured using autoclaves while a Poole-based high value engineering company has pioneered the use of autoclaves in the waste industry. AeroThermal has developed an advanced...

Old sewage sludge incinerator in Brighouse set to be demolished

An old sewage sludge incinerator in Brighouse, west Yorkshire, built in 1992 will be demolished to make way for a £57m state-of-the-art facility energy and recycling centre converting human waste into electricity. The electricity will...

Time for a step change in AD performance?

It is no secret that in recent years the anaerobic digestion industry has been undergoing a period of change. There is a distinct sentiment that development has slowed and something needs to be done...

A lot to digest

Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive of the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association, outlines the latest developments in the wastewater AD industry and sets out what government needs to do to help the sector meet a...

Severn Trent uses anaerobic digestion to generate more green power than ever before

Severn Trent is now generating 38% of the energy it uses from a number of different renewable sources and the company is continuing to invest in new technology to increase that further in the...
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