Anaerobic Digestion

Bakery waste is generally high in fat, which may cause issues with AD

Guest article

From waste to resource: The role UK bakeries can play

By Gill Hyslop

The UK government’s pledge to cut emissions to almost zero by 2025 is expected to drive a growth in anaerobic digestion, and bakery businesses can play an important part. Jason Ward, head of Procurement at Amur, explains how to make the most of food waste.

The GWE CHORAL system.

CST Wastewater Solutions to install $5m GWE COHRAL system

Nippon Meat Packers to reduce carbon emissions with biogas

By Jenny Eagle

Nippon Meat Packers, which owns beef processing factory Oakey Abbatoir in Queensland, Australia, will install Global Water Engineering (GWE) technology by CST Wastewater Solutions to create a Covered High Rate Anaerobic Lagoon (COHRAL) waste water stream.

Cassava starch production is a growing industry in Thailand

Starch plant converts leftover cassava pulp into biogas

By Jenny EAGLE

CST Wastewater Solutions has partnered with Global Water Engineering (GWE) to install a RAPTOR (RAPid Transformation of Organic Residues) anaerobic wastewater technology at Chok Chai Starch plant in Thailand.

Bumper WRAP fund to boost food waste collections

Bumper WRAP fund to boost food waste collections

By Ben Bouckley

A half-million pound fund (€600,000) has been launched in the UK to support demonstration projects that encourage the collection of food waste from businesses and public sector buildings.

Eco friendly methane trucks optimise supply chain for Nestle

Special Edition: Sustainable Supply Chain

Eco friendly methane trucks optimise supply chain for Nestle

By Oliver Nieburg

Nestle UK has scooped an award for its use of methane trucks that has reduced CO2 emissions by 14% compared to diesel trucks with further potential to slash emissions in half.


Follow us


View more


Featured Suppliers