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How does Anaerobic Digestion work?

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Anaerobic digestion is a complex biological process involving the breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen in large, sealed, and insulated vessels with controlled heating and mixing.

Giving Back to The Land

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We use waste that’s collected from homes, businesses and local authorities across the UK and through the process of anaerobic digestion, turn it into a rich natural biofertiliser which can be used as a replacement or to complement the chemical fertilisers used on farmland.

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.

Why is Waste Management Important?

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Ultimately the environmental benefits of waste management are the most important factor to consider, closely followed by the positive influence the correct management of waste can have on a business from both a sustainability and financial perspective.

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.