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High quality bio-fertiliser from London’s food waste

The bio-fertiliser from Willen Biogas near London has now received the coveted British accreditation BSI PAS 110. The biogas plant produces biogas and bio-fertiliser from source separated food waste collected from the London area, and the quality stamp ensures that the bio-fertiliser from the plant can be used safely on farmland.

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Strong performance at French biogas plant

Since the establishment in 2016 the French biogas plant Méthelec has been a great success. A complete production line from Xergi delivers top performance in both preliminary treatment of deep litter as well as heat recovery and stable biogas production at a high level.

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New 24/7 Xergi biogas hotline

A biogas plant must run both day and night all year round to provide the best possible gas production. Therefore, Xergi is now offering its customers a 24 hours hotline service all year round.

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Xergi’s largest biogas plant makes milk production greener

Xergi is to deliver its largest biogas plant to date, which will supply Danish dairy company Arla Foods with green energy for the production of milk powder in Videbaek in the western part of Denmark.

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Xergi expands its presence in Asia

Sumitomo Seika Chemicals Co. new partner for Japan

Xergi has launched a new partnership for addressing the attractive market for renewable energy in Japan. During the past few years Xergi has seen a good potential for establishing biogas plants for handling organic waste materials and producing renewable energy in Japan.

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More green gas in the British gas grid

The order for a new biogas plant for Brigg Lane Biogas Ltd in Bonby, North Lincolnshire marks Xergi’s 10th biogas plant in the UK.

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