HRS helps Muntons slash 1159 tonnes of CO2 pa

Malted ingredients company Muntons (Stowmarket, Suffolk) is putting the finishing touches to its £5.4m on-site anaerobic digestion (AD) plant which will help reduce the firm’s CO2 emissions from 27,264 to 26,605 tonnes pa. Integral to the success of the 499 kW facility is a 3 Tank Batch Sludge Pasteuriser System with Energy Recovery from HRS…


Eiffel tower embraces wind power

One of the world’s most iconic sites has become the latest high profile venue to embrace renewable energy, after the installation of two vertical axis wind turbines as part of the Eiffel tower’s high profile renovation project. US-based onsite renewables specialist Urban Green Energy (UGE) announced on Tuesday that it has fitted two turbines at the site…


Acid oceans: a more uncertain future for marine life as research shows how climate change is affecting plankton

Our oceans and the life in them face a more uncertain future because ocean acidification, caused by climate change, is altering the growth of phytoplankton, the organisms which are the basis of the entire food chain in the sea, a Swansea-led research team has shown. The team included researchers from Swansea University’s Centre for Sustainable…