Malaby Biogas celebrates first anniversary

Tue, 14-05-2013

 

A milestone has been passed by the Bore Hill Farm Biodigester in Wiltshire, as it celebrates its' first year since starting commissioning. 
 
Malaby Biogas, which designed, constructed and operates the Anaerobic Digestion facility near Warminster, took its first delivery into the system on 14 May 2012. 
 
Thomas Minter, Director of Malaby Biogas, commented: "We are delighted to have been operational now for 12 months. It has been a tough process, with some days better than others, but overall after our first year we are extremely proud of our AD facility. We purposely have had a long and controlled period of commissioning lasting 9 months to establish steady state operations.
 
"The Bore Hill Farm Biodigester is exceeding our expectations and has a very high level of gas production. Our efficient design and clean operation, our fully-trained and capable team and the support of trusted business partners have all contributed to our success.
 
"We are now looking to the future. There are relatively few independent companies which have designed, constructed and operate an Anaerobic Digestion facility. Our experience on the ground is increasingly sought after, and as a result we are now providing advice to third parties in the AD and renewable energy sectors."