BPEX blog

Thursday, 23 September 2010

Viability of small scale AD

BPEX has launched an exciting new Photo Diary following the progress of a new farm-scale anaerobic digestion (AD) unit being installed at Cockle Park Farm, University of Newcastle. The AD plant will be fed on a combination of pig slurry, cattle slurry, FYM and vegetable waste from a local vegetable packer.
BPEX hopes that this demonstration and research site will show that small-scale AD plants can be a viable option for small and medium-sized farmers who want to invest in renewable energy.

Follow this link to visit our AD photo diary and follow its progress: http://www.bpex.org/KTRandD/environmentHub/ADPhotoDiary.aspx

If anyone has any questions on farm-scale AD, please feel free to comment below or contact Anna Davis at BPEX for more information and advice.

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