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Thames has awarded an eight-year contract to SGN to design, build and operate biomethane gas-to-grid facilities at its wastewater treatment works with the first installation due to be completed in March 2022. Gas from anaerobic digestion will be used to heat 3,500 homes in north London.
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Yorkshire Water, with the University of York, has begun work on a research hub to improve efficiency of wastewater treatment and extract value from sludge processing while working towards its 2030 net zero carbon ambitions
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Eight years ago, Anglian Water developed a new hydrolysis technology to maximise biogas production from the anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge – a process that also reduced operating costs and carbon emissions. Steve Riches, Anglian’s lead for HpH technology, explains that the system is now ripe for wider adoption.
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Yorkshire Water has agreed a contract with Suttons Tankers for the removal of sludge from its wastewater treatment sites that it claimed will cut the company’s carbon emissions by 15 per cent. As part of the £60 million deal, 21 drivers and 33 vehicles have been transferred from Yorkshire to Suttons.
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Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid has been urged to provide stop gap funding to support the rollout of biomethane plants when the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme expires in 2021.
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The number of customers using green gas to heat their homes has risen by a factor of 13 since 2017. Annual production has hit 2.5TWh – a four-fold increase on 2015.
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A wide-ranging Resources and Waste Strategy, published by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, says incineration is expected to continue to play a "significant" role in ensuring that rubbish is not sent to landfill.
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