At BioteCH4 we operate a number of food waste treatment facilities across the UK, enabling up to 590,000 tonnes of organic waste per year to be recycled or reused as biogas or biofertiliser. We currently have 6 AD plants, including our largest anaerobic digestion plant in Cambridgeshire.
Set on a 7-acre site, this state-of-the-art anaerobic digestion facility has an annual processing capacity of 120,000 metric tonnes. The renewable energy it creates from the food waste generates up to 5MWe of electricity and biogas.
Turning Waste into Renewable Energy
We provide food waste management solutions for several industries including local authorities, food manufacturers and producers, waste management companies, waste brokers, commercial food waste, local governments and distributors.
This plant is a single point waste disposal solution for food waste, local authority and business waste and category 3 animal by-products.
If you have any questions about our anaerobic digestion plant and waste management services, contact our expert team to discuss your waste requirements.
With over 200,000 blockages of drainage systems across the UK every year, the safe and correct disposal of oils and fats is becoming increasingly important for not just households across the UK, but also for food production businesses too.
The main difference between biomass and biogas is that biomass is a solid material whereas biogas is a gaseous compound created through the process of Anaerobic Digestion.
Understanding the long term environmental and economic benefits of food waste recycling can deliver huge benefits to a business, the local environment and long-term sustainability.