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BioteCH4 Expands Team With Hire of Technical Manager

We’re delighted to have been able to offer Ian Attwood a full-time role with the BioteCH4 group as our Technical Manager. Ian officially joined the team on April 6th after working with us as a consultant for several years now on a variety of projects.

Over the years Ian has been instrumental with the commissioning of our Food waste Anaerobic Digestion sites and we’re confident the experience he brings will mean the BioteCHgroup will benefit as we continue to grow our operations across the UK.

Ian will be responsible for the overall commissioning and preventative maintenance programming on both electrical, PLC and remote I/O areas for all sites within group. He will ensure that installation practice for pre and post commissioning are followed throughout all projects on our sites and any third-party sites we engage with.

Ian brings 26 years of experience with him from the Water / Wastewater management and the Anaerobic Digestion sectors in Europe, North America and Vietnam and holds his NEBOSH Level 3 Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and CompEX Ex09 & Ex10 Installations within potentially explosive areas qualifications.

As we continue to develop and grow our network of AD sites, we are always looking for passionate people to join our team. Although we do not currently have any new opportunities at BioteCHwe would love to hear from you so please e-mail us at

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