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AD feedstock blended to specification

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Amur is breaking new ground in the anaerobic digestion market with the launch of the first feedstock blended to a specification designed expressly to optimise productivity.

The blended ‘soup’, manufactured from food waste and sold under the Ch4rger brand, is mixed to a fixed specification.

It provides AD operators with a consistent product, supporting a finely tuned biocommunity that ‘eats’ waste to produce valuable biomethane. This maintains peak performance and, in turn, leads to a more regular production of gas.

General manager Nigel Lee said: “We produce Ch4rger both for our own use and as a commercial feedstock for other AD plants so, unlike operators whose requirements for feedstock go up and down, we never have to turn feedstock away.

”We are also able to use our knowledge in feeding animals to advise contractors on the most cost-effective application for different types of food waste.”

amurenergy.co.uk

 

 

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