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Clayton Hall Farm (UK)

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New bacterial additive to increase performance of plant-based AD plants

The anaerobic digester at Clayton Hall Farm was the first farm-based biogas plant to process food waste in the UK. Now Clayton Hall Farm goes one step further and developed a new bacterial additive particularly good at digesting (hemi)cellulose-rich feedstocks and a method to fed it to the biogas reactor. The additive increases biogas production, speed up the process with a factor 2 and produces less digestate. Clayton Hall farm is testing this with a German biogas plant (seeenergie.net) treating feedstock from Steinkamp KG (Germany).

The SuperBIO services address the main barriers to commercialization of our concept and will help to build our business model
— Neil Gemmel (Clayton Hall Farm)
Earlier Event: September 24
Sustainability and regulatory appraisal
Later Event: September 24
Metgen( FI)