Clearfleau is exhibiting on Stand: B43 at EMEX, The Energy Management Exhibition held at Excel London on 16 – 17 November 2016. EMEX provides managers with the opportunity to explore recent developments in the sustainable technology marketplace.
At the event, Richard Gueterbock, Clearfleau Director, will be presenting at 10:30 on Thursday 17th November in the Technology and Innovation Theatre (3).
Richard will highlight how industrial sites can benefit from decentralised bioenergy generation based on process residues. On-site Anaerobic Digestion of process residues supplies biogas for site use while reducing reliance on fossil fuels and cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Lake District Biogas, one of Britain’s most advanced on-site digestion plants, designed and built by Clearfleau at First Milk’s Aspatria creamery, is the largest AD plant on a creamery site in Europe. In addition to information on recent projects, Richard’s session will examine how businesses can optimise the on-site use of biogas.
At the exhibition, Clearfleau will also be showcasing completed on-site digestion projects in the dairy, confectionery, distillery and biofuel sectors plus those currently under construction.
On-site anaerobic treatment will supply renewable energy from production residues that can meet a significant proportion of your site’s power needs. Clearfleau’s renewable energy plants can be used across the food and drink sectors but also in other industries with bio-degradable residues.
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