Murrow plant achieves ADBA scheme certification

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Environmental and safety performance recognised

THE anaerobic digestion (AD) site at Murrow in Cambridgeshire, operated by Adapt Biogas Ltd, has been accredited under the Anaerobic Digestion Certification Scheme (ADCS) - a best practice scheme managed by the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) to recognise the all-round safety, environmental and operational performance of AD plants.

"We are extremely pleased to have gained verification of our standards and systems across the business,” said Sophie Swan, Operations Manager at Adapt Biogas. “We have lots of exciting plans for future development at our site at Murrow and ensuring continuing improvements across our operations has always been of high priority.  Gaining this certification is a credit to the excellent team we have in place, who are fully committed to driving the business forward."  
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