In August 2015, Clearfleau completed a new on-site biogas plant for Diageo at its Glendullan distillery on Speyside, demonstrating how Scotland’s whisky industry can embrace the circular economy. The project, which has been operating successfully for over three years, was featured in the December issues of UK Power News and Worldwide Independent Power.
Clearfleau In the News
Read some of our recent press coverage and download articles about Clearfleau.
Food “waste” should be recognised as a valuable resource which can be used to create value and help combat climate change. Clearfleau was featured in this article, part of a Raconteur report on “The Future of Food and Beverage” published with the Times on December 12th. “We avoid using the word ‘waste’. Everything in the food […]
Clearfleau’s Richard Gueterbock has been leading an exercise to raise the profile of the on-site AD sector as part of the emerging BEIS Clean Growth Strategy. This comes at the same time as the Government publishes its Waste and Resources Strategy, which includes the delivery of a more circular economy. Recently, Clearfleau and a number […]
The November issue of Materials Recycling World (MRW) has a feature co-authored by Clearfleau’s Richard Gueterbock alongside members of the University of Exeter Business School looking at future prospects for AD in smaller, more localised plants. Presenting the findings of the University’s recent research into the potential for bakeries and dairy processors in the […]
Clearfleau client Nestlé is justifiably proud of their excellent record of generating renewable energy. As they wrote in a recent blog: “Climate change is the single greatest environmental challenge of our generation, and we believe that businesses can and must be part of the solution to climate change… we are really proud to be investing […]
In the August issue of Envirotec Magazine, Richard Gueterbock writes about the importance of the bio-economy and the opportunities it brings for providing circular economy solutions – not only generating decentralized energy but also mitigating shortages of water and CO2.
Richard Gueterbock, Clearfleau’s marketing director, recently spoke to FoodBev Magazine about bioenergy in the food and beverage industry. The interview was published in the July/August issue.
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 […]
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.
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