MUCKBUSTER FLEXIBUSTER

Jul

10

MUCKBUSTER® Animation – Micro Scale Anaerobic Digestion

Visit our Youtube Channel ‘SEaBEnergyLtd’ to see our short animation showing you all about our MUCKBUSTER® micro scale anaerobic digester (AD).

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpOxXSPnyb8H31EYEZ7LHLg

Jul

4

NEWS: SEaB Energy appoints new manufacturing and reseller partners

Southampton, UK; SEaB Energy, the global pioneer of highly-mobile micro power plants, has forged significant new manufacturing and reseller partnerships that will enable it to accelerate its growth in the UK the US and Brazil.

With a rapidly increasing global demand for a wider choice of distributed power options, the company has appointed G3 Systems as their primary manufacturing partner. UK-based G3 Systems has, for more than a decade, supplied the market, with innovative containerised equipment and systems, both home and abroad, that meets the demands of reliable and efficient operation even in the most challenging locations and harsh environments. G3 Systems are ISO9001 and ISO 14001 accredited. G3 Systems is a wholly-owned subsidiary of US-headquartered IAP Worldwide Services Inc. which is a global-scale provider of logistics, facilities management, and advanced professional and technical services for governments, the military, commercial enterprises, and humanitarian organisations.

To service the growing interest in on-site energy from waste solutions, SEaB Energy has appointed Mosscliff Environmental to help it grow further in the UK’s food supply chain and hospitality sectors. Mosscliff Environmental is one of the UK’s leading suppliers, leasers and installers of renewable energy solutions, including waste to energy, wind turbine and solar PV systems.

In the US, SEaB Energy has also appointed ReSource BioEnergy; a leading authority and provider of bioenergy solutions for the food and drink production, catering and hospitality sectors throughout North America.

Following on from the company’s successful entrepreneurial trip to Brazil, as part of the Clean & Cool Mission, SEaB Energy has now formally appointed BRWS to serve as their reseller in Brazil and Latin America. BRWS is a developer and manufacturer of water and effluent treatment systems and count amongst their customer base

Coca Cola, Merck and Nestlé. As well as complimenting BRWS’s existing portfolio of installations, the company sees huge opportunities for SEaB Energy’s containerised and highly mobile power plants throughout the region as governments turn to more decentralised power solutions that will provide communities, in both urban and remote areas, with their own source of sustainable energy.

The last two years has seen whirlwind growth at SEaB Energy, whose multi-award winning, patented, small scale power plants enable food and drinks producers, hospitality companies, farms and retailers to turn their food and other bio wastes into energy and revenue. Last year SEaB Energy scooped the 2013 Resource Revolution Award ‘Technology Trailblazer: Energy-from-Waste’ and was selected as one of the Winners in the 2013 Defense Energy Technology Challenge, held in Hawaii. CEO, Sandra Sassow, was also crowned winner of the inaugural annual Global Pitch Competition at the We Own It Summit, and in November was chosen as the ‘Eco Entrepreneur of the Year’ at the 2013 Great British Entrepreneur Awards. In 2013 the company was selected to join the successful ‘Clean and Cool’ entrepreneurial mission to Brazil, was selected as a 2013 Berti Green Accelerator winner, in which it will benefit from up to a £1million investment and 12 months mentorship, and received a £480K grant from the DECC Entrepreneur’s Fund for R&D focused on commercialisation of its product. More recently in May of this year, SEaB Energy also won a Future Solent Green Growth Grant that has enabled the company to create a new R&D facility in Romsey, near Southampton.

Commenting on the new relationships, CEO Sandra Sassow said;

“These new appointments will provide us with a world-class manufacturing partner whose reputation for quality and reliability has been endorsed by customers around the world which will now provide our customers with even greater assurance of the robustness of our systems. With G3 standing firmly behind us it will also provide more certainty to customers about future service and maintenance”.

“And now with a team of highly experienced resellers, recognised in each of their markets as leading experts in the field of renewable energy solutions, we believe we are well positioned to deliver a proven source of distributed power that could create hundreds of Smart Cities around the world who use their waste to create a sustainable source of energy”, added Sandra Sassow.

SEaB Energy will be unveiling their NEW 20 foot containerised micro power plant, developed from the funding provided by the DECC grant, at the AD & Biogas Show, 2-3 July NEC Birmingham. SEaB Energy will be joined on Stand H047 by manufacturing partner G3 Systems and UK reseller Mosscliff Environmental.

Website links:
G3 Systems – www.g3-systems.co.uk
Mosscliff Environmental – www.mosscliff.co.uk
ReSource BioEnergy – www.resourcebioenergy.com
BRWS – www.brws.net/?lang=en

May

6

SEaB Energy Open Day

An insight into small-scale anaerobic digestion.

The SEaB Energy team would like to invite you to tour an active small-scale anaerobic digester located in Southampton. The event will show you an exemplar business model of on-site sustainability and close-loop, decentralised food-waste recycling. So come and see how you can make your own green energy!

For more information on the event and to get your ticket please click here

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Apr

21

Food Waste into Energy and Revenue – Case Study

SEaB Energy’s Case Study ‘Food Waste into Energy and Revenue’ has been featured in the latest issue of Environment Industry Magazine and Green Hotelier. The articles feature the Chilworth Best Western Hotel as pioneers in revolutionising current food waste disposal practices.

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To view the articles please visit the following links:

http://www.greenhotelier.org/best-practice-sub/case-studies/chilworth-manor-energy-from-waste/

http://www.environmentmagazine.co.uk/?p=2891

 

Enviroment Industry Magazine – Case Study