Attleborough AD

Anaerobic Digestion (AD) could save over 200,000 tonnes of food waste from landfill

Leading green energy services provider, Eco Verde Energy (EVE), has announced it now has the capacity to divert 2201,000 tonnes of unavoidable food waste from landfill into anaerobic digestion (AD), creating enough renewable heat and power to supply nearly 38,500 homes in the UK.

Why is health and safety a crucial element in anaerobic digestion plants?

Discover how Eco Verde Energy's emphasis on health and safety enhances anaerobic digestion plant efficiency, supports the community, and promotes sustainable operations.

Powering the Green Machine: Anaerobic Digestion jobs Tyler Warman, Site Manager at Ellough AD

Discover Tyler Warman's journey to becoming a Site Manager in the anaerobic digestion industry and his path to renewable energy leadership.

Waste From Norfolk Businesses Powers Homes

An upgrade from producing electricity to gas at a local anaerobic digestion facility has transformed a Norfolk town into one of the UK’s first green communities.

ISO hat trick: Eco Verde Energy sets industry benchmark with triple certification

Anaerobic digestion and green energy services provider, Eco Verde Energy (EVE), has become one of the first in the industry to achieve three International Organization for Standardisation (ISO) certifications.

Key Performance Indicators for Operating Anaerobic Digestion Plants

With ambitious government targets to reach net zero by 2050, there is an urgent need to invest in anaerobic digestion systems and infrastructure to strengthen our capacity to produce reliable ‘green’ energy.

Attleborough AD Plant Showcases Sustainable Solutions for Food Waste Management

Eco Verde Energy (EVE), a leading specialist operations and management provider for anaerobic digestion (AD) plants, has partnered with the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) to host a local authority site visit to a new AD plant in Attleborough, Norfolk.