A mountain of turkey and Christmas pudding weighing 15,000 tonnes was transformed into green energy over the holiday season by leading food waste recyclers Biogen.
Children and teachers from Anglesey Primary School were thrilled to tour Warwickshire’s newest green energy plant to see electricity being generated from the region’s leftovers.
The country’s leading provider of renewable electricity from Anaerobic Digestion (AD) has officially opened its seventh food waste recycling plant near Atherstone in Warwickshire.
On 16th August 2016 Biogen CEO Julian O’Neill was interviewed by The Huffington Post journalists Paul Josephson and Alex Kushneir on how Biogen is striving to help solve the UK’s food waste issues.
Food waste to renewable energy company Biogen is delighted to be in the running for a CEEQUAL Outstanding Achievement Award, for its Bygrave Lodge anaerobic digestion (AD) plant in Hertfordshire.