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Welsh AD plant contractor named

BiogenGreenfinch has been named preferred bidder to build its second food waste recycling plant in North Wales. 

The green energy firm will design, construct and operate the 22,500-tonne food waste anaerobic digestion plant in Waen, St Asaph, Denbighshire.

It was appointed by the North Wales Consortium of Denbighshire County Council, Conwy County Borough Council and Flintshire County Council.

The Denbigshire plant will process food waste from local homes and businesss, creating enough electricity to power about 1,500 houses for a year.

Construction will begin by the end of the year, subject to planning approval.

BiogenGreenfinch currently operates three food waste anaerobic digestion plants in Shropshire, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire.

It has also been appointed to build a plant for Gwynedd Council.

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