Hemswell Biogas food waste recycling plant is located on a 5-acre site on the edge of the Hemswell Industrial Estate. This anaerobic digestion (AD) site has the capacity to recycle and to process 90,000 tonnes of food waste and organic materials per year, turning them into biogas. Producing both gas and electricity with the capacity of 6MWe, and valuable bio fertiliser soil products. This directly benefits the crops which grow around the site, and vastly reduces the need for artificial fertilisers for the surrounding farms.
We provide food waste management solutions and renewable energy sources for many industries including local authorities, food manufacturers and producers, waste management companies, waste brokers, commercial food waste, local governments and distributors.
If you have any questions about our 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.