Tag: Digestate Concentration System

MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Digestate optimisation technology for AD operators

Demonstrating how to optimise anaerobic digestion (AD) plant performance, HRS Heat Exchangers will showcase their latest ultra-energy efficient Digestate Concentration System (DCS) on stand D501 at UK AD & Biogas 2016 (6-7 July, NEC Birmingham). With a typical 1.5 MW AD plant producing a much as 40,000 tonnes of liquid digestate each year,…

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Tags: member's press release, hrs, matt hale, hrs heat exchangers, digestate concentration system, uk ad & biogas 2016, digestate, biofertiliser, heat transfer technology, heat, Water, feedstock, Derek Sivyer

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RHI consultation eligible heat use webinar: call for your evidence and data


*Members Only*

Earlier today ADBA held a webinar on the RHI consultation proposals relating to eligible heat use. Thank you to all the Members who took part. For those of you who were unable to take part the session can be watched here. During the webinar members contributed on a range of…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, RHI, Renewable Heat Incentive, consultation, renewable financial incentives, financial incentives, biomethane, biogas, heat use, DECC, food waste operators, crop operators, digestate drying, digestate concentration system, hnip, thom koller, Matt Hindle

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: HRS helps turn London’s food waste into fertiliser

HRS Heat Exchangers has won an order for its novel Digestate Concentration System (DCS) from Willen Biogas at a new multi-million pound anaerobic digestion plant which is currently being constructed at Cattlegate Farm in Enfield near London. The system will reduce the requirement to store and apply digestate (a nutrient…

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Tags: member's press release, hrs heat exchangers, digestate concentration system, willen biogas, cattlegate farm, digestate, biofertiliser, food waste, landfill, adrian williams, matt hale, matthew pencharz, Mayor of London, London, nutrients, Derek Sivyer

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