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carding mill valley view of green shropshire hills
10 Apr 2015
Following on from the highly successful first event in 2013 when we were joined by more than 80 delegates, the second Big Green Shropshire Gathering will take place on Saturday 25th April 2015 at Shropshire Wildlife Trust’s Visitor Centre, Abbey Foregate. Shrewsbury from 9.30am until 4.00pm.  This year’s programme is covering two major environmental and climate change issues:  Sustainable Farming...
17 Feb 2015
A secure shredding company in Shifnal is encouraging other companies to ‘Go Green’ after adapting it’s running systems to save more trees, energy and water. In the wake of ‘Go Green’ week, which ran from February 9 to 15, family business WN Security Shredding has assessed the way it affects the environment over its 25-year history. The eco-friendly company shreds confidential documents from...
swancote farm anaerobic digestion unit
06 Jan 2015
Shropshire business Swancote Energy Ltd. operate a state of the art Anaerobic Digestion facility on the outskirts of Bridgnorth.   The 2.2MW plant produces enough renewable green energy for over 3,000 homes from a combination of food wastes and purpose grown energy crops, currently the annual processing capacity is 38,000 metric tonnes.  Swancote Energy has a number of clients from across the...
Ludlow AD plant
13 Aug 2014
Shropshires own green energy expert Professor Michael Chesshire, who is also Director of local business Evergreen Gas has featured in a new video to help explain the science behind anerobic digestion. He was interviewed at their Research and Development facility which is based around a plug flow 7kw Anaerobic Digestion plant near Ludlow, in the south of Shropshire to help explain how the...
AD plant on Wykey Farm in Shropshire
28 May 2014
Shropshire businesses are proving that old adage that 'where's there's muck there's brass'.  Utilisation of Anaerobic Digestion (AD) technology – breaking down organic waste to make a clean green supply of gas - continues to grow in Shropshire.  The technology is alread widely used here – with thousands of tonnes of treatment capacity already operational mainly processing animal manure, slurry...
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