Food waste generates strong growth in Scots anaerobic-digestion (AD-)power sector

The BioGask AD-power plant near Turriff, Aberdeenshire. Photo BioGask
The BioGask AD-power plant near Turriff, Aberdeenshire. Photo BioGask

Scotland’s anaerobic digestion industry – which turns rotting food and farm waste into electricity – has mushroomed by more than two thirds in a year.

Twenty seven AD projects are up and running in Scotland, up 69% (from 16) in 12 months ago, while a further 43 have planning approval.

See also: Bio-Gask business turns organic waste into electricity

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