Multi-million pound investment powers expansion
In this current period of uncertainty, we wanted to share some positive news with you that Warrens Emerald Biogas is set to ramp up it’s processing capacity by 40% following a multi-million pound cash injection.
Our Newton Aycliffe-based waste management firm was recently acquired by Bio Capital, a major environmental investment fund.
We are proud of this site which processes approximately 115,000 tonnes of food and agricultural waste each year, turning it into more than 100 million kWh of clean, green energy.
Our latest plant expansion marks the fourth stage of investment in the facility and enable us to upgrade front-end waste reception facilities alongside increasing pasteurisation, digestion and biomethane capabilities.
We are committed to helping businesses across a range of different sectors reduce the amount of food waste they send to landfill and incineration across the region.
“We continue to make impressive strides towards helping our customers evaluate their operations so they can reduce their overall environmental impact in the communities they serve. Expanding our capabilities is not only really exciting for us, it also provides businesses across the region with the opportunity to act in more responsible and sustainable ways to reduce their own carbon footprint.”
Kevin Quigley, Commercial Director at Warrens Group.
“We are delighted to have added Warrens Emerald Biogas into our national portfolio of green power facilities. We are very supportive of the company’s expansion plans and look forward to working with our customers, businesses and communities throughout the North East.”
Mick Fishwick, Chief Operating Officer of Bio Capital.