ReFood starts work on giant 4.2MW waste-to-energy plant

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Widnes facility expected to be 50 per cent larger than company's Doncaster plant, paving way for anaerobic digestor in London

Construction is now underway on one of the UK's largest anaerobic digestion plants, which is expected to be capable of converting 90,000 tonnes of commercial and domestic food waste into energy. The...

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