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Second Pas 110 award for recycler

Food waste recycling

Andigestion’s anaerobic digestion plant in Bishops Cleeve, near Cheltenham, has been awarded BSI PAS 110 status.

The facility recycles up to 34,000 tonnes of food waste a year from households and commercial businesses across the county, producing a biomethane gas that is injected directly into the gas network, as well as fertiliser for farm use.

Tom Brown, Andigestion’s environmental compliance officer said: “Our Holsworthy facility in Devon was the first in the country to be accredited with the BSI PAS 110 status, and we’re overjoyed that our second plant in Bishop’s Cleeve has followed in its footsteps.”

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