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Nestlé are talking about Clearfleau’s showcase on-site anaerobic digestion (AD) plant at their Fawdon confectionery site, which is converting production residues into energy that is used on site to produce more of their branded products and reduce the site’s carbon footprint.
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Richard Gueterbock, a Director of Clearfleau, the technology provider for the Fawdon on-site anaerobic treatment plant, at the Fawdon site, commented:
“Nestlé’s on-site digestion plant is a great example of how food companies can make better use of production residues to reduce their carbon footprint. Nestlé is leading the food industry on generation of renewable energy from such materials. It is very encouraging that Nestlé chose to work with an emerging British company to build its plant. Clearfleau is delighted to have been involved in this ground breaking project.”