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Where’s there’s muck, There’s brass


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Where’s there’s muck, There’s brass. Given the Bio-Energy plant is essentially a revenue factory from sewage sludge, which used to be a nuisance waste product until not very many years ago.

Date and Time

13 May 2014 - 18:30-21:00


Hull, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Jointly organised by the Humber and Humber local networks.

About this event

Yorkshire Water have the responsibility of treating the Waste Water for the Bradford catchment area with a Population Equivalent of 500,000. Their sludge disposal strategy follow-ing banning of sea disposal 17 years ago focussed predomi-nantly on Incineration - an energy intensive process. These facilities are now reaching the end of their operable lives and a business case driven sustainable alternative solution has been chosen using Bio-Energy plants. Esholt is the lead project that utilises thermal hydrolysis to increase the exist-ing digestion process, generate electricity under the ROC scheme from increased biogas production, and produce an enhanced quality sludge. When fully commissioned, Esholt WwTW will essentially be energy neutral representing the UK’s first such “Energy Centre”.


18.30 for 19.00 start

Additional information

Speaker: Tim Ellis

Registration information

General public are welcome. Prior registration is preferred.

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