Tag: Whey Permeate

One whey or another: How do you classify whey?


*Members Only*

We are seeking evidence from our members who are aware of projects that involve the use of whey or whey permeate as a feedstock in AD. We are aware of an apparent conflict of opinion regarding the classification of these feedstocks as waste or non-waste. Whey is a by-product of…

Posted in: News for Members, Policy updates

Tags: whey permeate, anaerobic digestion, cheese, EA, food waste, regulation, environmental permitting, End of waste, jess allan, crop operators

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Lake District Biogas – Sustainable Energy from Cumbrian Cheese

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 Bracknell 1 July 2015:  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…

Posted in: Members' press release

Tags: member's press release, lake district biogas, cumbria, cheese, Clearfleau, food and beverage, food and drink, first milk, FIT, RHI, residual sludge, biomethane, government, capital, green gas, national grid, whey permeate, phosphate, water framework directive, chemical oxygen demand, nitrates, craig chapman, chris gooderham, stewart mounsey, Environment Agency, tom northway, Derek Sivyer

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