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6 July, 2006 - 10:51 By Staff Reporter

Banham agrees new composting contract

Banham Compost, which is a subsidiary of Banham Poultry, has signed a £1.7 million contract with TEG Environment that should see the Norfolk firm have an operational in-vessel composting facility at Carleton Rode by the end of 2006, writes Alexander Sempredes.

Banham Compost, which is a subsidiary of Banham Poultry, has signed a £1.7 million contract with TEG Environment that should see the Norfolk firm have an operational in-vessel composting facility at Carleton Rode by the end of 2006, writes Alexander Sempredes.

The facility will consist of two banks of 24 TEG Silo Cages with a nominal capacity of 28,000 tonnes of feed per annum.

It will predominantly process chicken feathers and other food industry waste streams.

TEG will manufacture and install its plant into a Banham facility, while Banham manages the civil engineering separate to the TEG contract.

Planning approval was gained in April this year along with proposals for a 5.5MW renewable power plant on the outskirts of nearby Attleborough.

 

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