Asda supplier cuts ribbon on food waste-to-energy plant

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QV Foods and Tamar Energy announces official launch of 1.5MW anaerobic digestion facility

The UK's anaerobic digestion (AD) industry has received another boost, after a leading supplier to supermarket giant Asda announced it has officially opened a 1.5MW facility that will be fuelled by food...

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