As Spring reluctantly arrives, Clearfleau has embarked on an exciting new stage in our development, which will reinforce our presence in the British industrial water treatment and bio-energy market and enable the business to expand into supplying export markets. In March, we were acquired by the leading German water technology company EnviroChemie. This will allow […]
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British industrial effluent treatment company Clearfleau acquired by leading German water technology company EnviroChemie
This exciting collaboration will allow Clearfleau to expand operations in Europe while providing a wider range of technology solutions to British manufacturing industry clients. Clearfleau Limited, a leading British provider of on-site waste to energy plants for the food and drink sector, has been acquired by the German water treatment company EnviroChemie GmbH, which is […]
Richard Gueterbock writes for International Dairy magazine on generating bio-energy from dairy residues on-site for factory use.
Our latest project to build a biogas plant at Inver House’s Balmenach distillery in the Scottish Highlands has received lots of attention in the media. Balmenach is one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland, and thanks to our Anaerobic Digestion plant being built alongside an existing biomass facility, it will soon be one of the […]
In an article in the latest edition of Food Processing magazine, Clearfleau Director Richard Gueterbock argues for the wider use of on-site bio-energy production from waste by the food processing industry.
Clearfleau has joined ADBA and other renewable energy bodies asking Ministers to take urgent action on the proposed Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) legislation. Clearfleau is one of the UK’s leading providers of on-site bio-energy plants for food and beverage processing sites, with a number of operational plants and others planned on food, dairy and […]
Richard Gueterbock of Clearfleau and Andrew Winship of Aker Associates explain the benefits of using biomethane generated on-site from food and drink process residues as a fuel for HGVs in this article for the journal of the Institute of Food Science and Technology. With growing interest in renewable transport fuels, biomethane can power the […]
Our study launched at the UK AD & Biogas Expo 2017 in July shows that biogas generated from food & beverage process residues offers a low-carbon commercial transport fuel for the future. The report was widely covered in the trade and national press, including the Daily Express, Food Manufacture, Natural Gas Intel and Transport Engineer, […]
Subsidy-free biogas featured article in businessgreen.com AD developer’s MD Richard Gueterbock explains why Lake District Biogas site demonstrates the circular economy in practice And while the company has not quite yet managed to develop entirely subsidy-free facilities, it is certainly getting closer to the goal, having now worked on 10 projects of various size and […]
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Developing Technology Export Opportunities in European Markets As Spring reluctantly arrives, Clearfleau has embarked on an exciting...
British industrial effluent treatment company Clearfleau acquired by leading German water technology company EnviroChemie This exciting collaboration will allow Clearfleau to expand operations in...