UK first to close-the-loop for hand-made frozen food producer using innovative end-to-end food waste system
An innovative new partnership could change the way that food waste is handled in the UK’s commercial kitchens. COOK, the hand-made frozen food producer, and Tamar Energy, a leading provider of organic waste recycling solutions, have signed a deal to take advantage of equipment from German technology provider Rothenburg – the first commercial deal of its kind in the UK.
Tamar Energy today announced that its Basingstoke anaerobic digestion (AD) plant has achieved a key industry quality standard.
A new state-of-the-art facility has opened in Hertfordshire to transform the county’s potato peelings, egg shells and other food leftovers into renewable energy for thousands of homes.
A new Hoddesdon based recycling facility has started accepting food waste, offering a cost-effective and sustainable recycling service for local authorities, food producers, processors and the commercial sector in the region.
Local authorities shouldn’t step away from kerbside food waste collections but instead focus on driving up capture rates to save money, according to the chief executive of a leading anaerobic digestion company.