What is an Integrated Waste Treatment Plant?

An Integrated Waste Treatment Plant is a circular system that processes all organic waste.

This includes wastewater sludge, green waste, food waste, DAF sludge, meat offal, grape marc and crop residue.

By combining the carbon and nitrogen in these waste sources the IWTP creates bioenergy, valuable byproducts to recoup costs.

How it Works

Combining mixed & variable waste sources maximises biogas yield, this biogas is sold for a profit as a methane replacement.