Six months after expanding its food business by buying Saxon Foods, a Hull-based business has boosted its commercial operations yet again with the purchase of another subsidiary company, with help from leading Yorkshire and Humber law firm James Legal Solicitors.
Local MP, Graham Stuart, is asking the council to explain changes to plans for an Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plant at Plaxton Bridge, Woodmansey.
Following representations from the 60-strong Woodmansey and Dunswell Residents’ Group, Graham has written to the council’s Director of planning, Alan Menzies, to find answers about the alterations – which residents say have not been properly consulted on.
Residents in Woodmansey and Dunswell are up in arms over a planning application to significantly change the use of a new Anaerobic digestion (AD) plant before it’s even built.
AD plants turn waste products into energy and owners of AD plants receive generous subsidies from the Government. AD plants need to be constantly fed waste products to be effective.
Green technology developed in Sweden will drive the production of biogas at F D Bird and Sons’ Brandsburton site.
Swedish Biogas International have been at the forefront of biogas and biomethane – the vehicle fuel liquefied biogas – for the past 15 years and their technology has been brought to Britain by 3AD3, and is already in use across the UK.
A pioneering farmer is planning to convert mountains of food waste into clean and green energy for thousands of homes in East Yorkshire.
John Bird, managing director of F D Bird and Sons of Leven, is in the vanguard of East Yorkshire recycling at his Leven site.