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Your Questions about Oils and Fats Answered

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We are regularly asked by our customers about the safest way to dispose of oils and fats, so we have put together a list of their most frequently asked questions.

Motoring on Despite Difficult Times

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BioteCH4 Yorkshire - Changing Waste has invested in new vehicles bolstering its waste transfer fleet. It’s been a difficult year for everyone, but despite the recent tricky times following the Covid-19 pandemic and the unknown ahead of us all, BioteCH4 - Changing Waste have taken the decision to invest in a new fleet of vehicles.

David Parkinson – Group Health & Safety Manager

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We’re delighted to announce that with immediate effect, David Parkinson joins EnriCH4 Ltd as Group Health and Safety Manager. David has worked within the group based purely at one site now for the last two years and works closely with Robin Cockerill our Environmental & Compliance Manager.

Exciting Discovery in Yorkshire!

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It’s not every day you get to experience the skills of the bomb disposal squad at work, but the team at R100 Energy in Goole, Yorkshire did recently and what a few days it was!

What are Biofertilisers?

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By definition, a biofertiliser is a substance which contains living micro-organisms which, when it’s applied to the soil or the surfaces of plants, can increase its growth by increasing the supply of nutrients of the plant.

How to Reduce Commercial Food Waste

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In the UK alone, we produce around 10 million tonnes of food waste annually, but only 1.8 million of this waste is recycled. Understanding the economic and environmental benefits of efficient food waste recycling can deliver huge benefits for business, the local environment and long-term sustainability.

Anaerobic Digestion

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Anaerobic Digestion is a sustainable process of recycling large amounts of food and animal waste which is backed by local, national and government regulated bodies.

How to Dispose of Fats and Oils

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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.

What is the Difference Between Biomass and Biogas?

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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.

What is Anaerobic Digestion?

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Firstly, in case you’re not familiar with the term and process let us explain anaerobic digestion - it is the sustainable process of recycling large amounts of food waste and animal waste, which is backed by local, national and government regulated bodies.

Sep 07, 2020