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About Malaby Biogas

Malaby Biogas owns and operates Bore Hill Farm Biodigester – an organic waste AD plant recycling food waste into renewable energy and sustainable, certified Biofertiliser for farmers. It is an industry pioneer of integrated development; leading the way in providing local, distributed renewable energy, green economy skills and expertise, practical innovation and climate saving CO2 emissions savings.

Malaby Biogas is based in Warminster, Wiltshire and was established to provide Anaerobic Digestion (AD) technology as part of integrated land use solutions.  As a result of our depth and breadth of technical and practical knowledge, we have a second-to-none reputation for safe and continuous operations recycling organic wastes to produce green power and fertilisers.

Malaby Biogas took a collaborative approach to project planning and development using in-house construction expertise and building industry leading best practices across its supply chain. In recognition, the company, site and staff have received industry accolades and deliver industry firsts for management systems and professionalisation.

The highly experienced and complementary Malaby personnel are able to balance diverse opinions, technical requirements and economic demands while maintaining an overarching vision. As a result, a truly exemplar scheme has been delivered at Bore Hill.

We are always happy to hear from individuals or organisations who want to learn more about AD and our story. Bore Hill Farm Biodigester is always open to receive visitors (by appointment). If you cannot find the information you require on our site, or would like visit our facility, please feel free to contact us.

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