The biogas plant at Hendwr Farm has been in operation since 2017 and is currently producing over 1.5 times (150%) daily digester biogas production rate compared to a typical farm biogas plant.
The plant is pioneering because the digester has been dosed with Ekogea’s BioComplex additive containing polyuronic acid to create biological stability and oligosaccharides to feed the bacteria within the AD plant providing enhanced biogas output...
Philip Hughes said, “I am absolutely delighted that our pioneering biogas plant has won this prestigious global industry award. We believe the work we are doing in AD, animal health and a number of other important applications is having a transformational impact environmentally, whilst improving farm AD income, and the health and wellbeing of animals.”
Jointly organised by the UK Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) and the World Biogas Association (WBA) the 2019 Awards recognised companies and individuals from around the world across 14 categories. Philip Hughes was given his Award by the Awards Ceremony host, Andy Pag, BBC reporter and eco-adventurer.