BBC Radio cumbria interview Richard Gueterbock, director at Clearfleau. First Milk’s Aspatria creamery produces award winning cheddar cheese under the Lake District brand. The creamery, located in rural Cumbria, is Europe’s first dairy processing site to feed bio-methane (up-graded biogas) generated entirely from cheese process residues to the gas grid. The on-site anaerobic digestion process […]
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17-18 May NEC, Birmingham Stand 126 Bracknell, 4 May, 2016: Award-winning company Clearfleau, the leading UK-based provider of on-site anaerobic digestion (AD) solutions for food and beverage companies, including Nestlé and Diageo, is exhibiting at Edie Live. Clearfleau’s solution for Lake District Biogas will be showcased in a session on on-site renewable generation on Day […]
Foodex 2016 – Clearfleau demonstrates how manufacturers can turn production residues into profit Bracknell, 24 February, 2016: Award-winning British company Clearfleau, the leading UK-based provider of on-site anaerobic digestion (AD) solutions for food and beverage companies including Nestlé and Diageo, is exhibiting on Stand E301 at Foodex 2016, NEC Birmingham (18 – 20 April 2016). Richard […]
Clearfleau announces start of construction of UK’s first anaerobic digestion (AD) plant to convert bio-degradable cheese production residues into biogas for the gas grid Award-winning British company Clearfleau, leading UK-based provider of on-site AD-based treatment solutions for the food and beverage sector, has finished the first stage in a major sustainability project for First Milk, […]
Clearfleau is pleased to sponsor the junior team at Aspatria Hornets Rugby League Club and have provided new hoodies. These have been used at matches over the summer. Clearfleau is currently in the process of constructing the bio-energy plant at First Milk’s creamery in Aspatria. In addition to its junior teams, Aspatria Hornets Rugby League […]
Clearfleau announces start of construction of UK’s first anaerobic digestion (AD) plant to convert bio-degradable cheese production residues into biogas for the gas grid anaerobic treatment plant – lake district creamery Award-winning British company Clearfleau, leading UK-based provider of on-site AD-based treatment solutions for the food and beverage sector, has finished the first stage in […]
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. To find out more about what Nestlé have to say please visit www.nestle.co.uk Richard […]
Nestle Opening Ceremony On Tuesday February 10th 2015, Amber Rudd MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department of Energy and Climate Change officially opened the on-site anaerobic digestion (AD) plant designed and built by Clearfleau at the Nestlé confectionery factory at Fawdon, Newcastle. The Minister was shown around the plant by Andy Griffiths, […]
British company, Clearfleau, UK market leaders in industrial anaerobic digestion (AD) for on-site renewable energy generation, last night won the Waste Treatment Project Award at the Sustainability Leaders Awards Dinner, held on Wednesday 19 November at the Connaught Rooms in central London. The award is for Clearfleau’s anaerobic digestion based bioenergy plant on Nestlé’s Fawdon […]
The BV Dairy Anaerobic Digestion (AD) project funded by the Environment Transformation Fund (ETF)* is on track despite a challenging winter, with the site covered in snow for most of January. The on-site facility, which will produce biogas from liquid effluent, will enable BV Dairy to utilise the energy (renewable power and surplus heat) produced […]
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