Jelf signs partnership with Malaby Biogas through UK trade association

An article in Waste Management World talks about how Jelf is strengthening its presence in the UK Anaerobic Digestion sector.

Jelf has signed an agreement with Malaby Biogas which provides integrated solutions using Anaerobic Digestion (AD) technology. The company, based in Wiltshire, runs the Bore Hill Farm Biodigester which recently became the first English AD plant to be certified under the Anaerobic Digestion Certification Scheme (ADCS).

The ADCS was developed in collaboration with a range of industry stakeholders including regulators, insurers, investors, and operators. It is managed by the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA), the UK’s trade body for AD which works closely with Jelf.

The scheme recognises good operational, environmental, and health and safety performance at UK AD plants. It also provides businesses like Malaby Biogas with the tools to understand their risk exposures, and identify the optimum solution to help reduce or eliminate risk.

Carl Gurney, Renewable Energy Director at Jelf, said:
‘It was fantastic to see Malaby Biogas achieve their ADCS certification. The plant is truly first-class and a credit to the hard work put in by Thomas Minter and his team. It was a pleasure to work with Thomas and insurers who have delivered on their promise of an excellent insurance policy and improved premiums. The signing of this new partnership with ADCS also demonstrates our continuing support for those working to sustain and strengthen the UK’s anaerobic digestion and biogas sector.’

Thomas Minter, Director of Malaby Biogas, said of the new partnership:
‘Jelf have been actively supporting the AD industry to achieve improved insurance cover and the ADCS has been an important component in achieving recognition for excellence in plant operations.’

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