Bettaland to complete building of AD plant in UK
Bettaland Products, a composting company part of Organic Recycling, is set to complete an anaerobic digestion plant in Crowland, UK by the end of 2015.
Once completed, the plant l, located at Decoy Farm, will provide power to more than 1,400 homes through the conversion of crops and waste.
Plans for the plant were greenlit last August, with the original intention of building an energy and recycling park.
Andrew Riddington, managing director of Organic Recycling, says: ‘The new site is a tremendous step forward for both ourselves and our owners, Material Change.
‘The development of food waste processing and anaerobic digestion plants is a strategic aim for both parties and this site allows us to offer well-placed facilities to deliver various green and food waste mix options to local authorities and businesses in the region.’