SEAB Energy

  • Developing small-scale anaerobic digestion systems to convert food and organic waste, as well as animal manure
  • Modular systems cost between £120,000 and £500,000 all in and process half a ton to 2.5 tons per day
  • Expects revenue from one facility to be roughly 80% energy, 15% tippi...

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