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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Enviroment Industry Magazine – Case Study



SEaB Energy travel to Brazil for the Clean & Cool Mission

Adam Ricketts, SEaB Energy’s Sales Executive will travel to Brazil as a winner of the Clean and Cool Mission from 30th October to 7th November. The Clean and Cool Mission Brazil is an entrepreneur mission to Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro for twenty of the UK’s most promising and innovative cleantech SMEs ready to do business overseas. The mission will focus on customer, partner and supplier opportunities in one of the world’s quickest growing economies with substantial ambition for sustainable development.

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New opportunities for SEaB Energy in Brazil as a winner of the Brazil Clean & Cool Mission

Innovative UK technology companies are visiting Brazil in November to explore business opportunities aimed at tacking climate change and improving resource efficiency.

Entrepreneurs from seventeen British companies with innovative clean technologies will participate in the week-long Clean and Cool Mission to Brazil, organised by the UK’s innovation agency, The Technology Strategy Board, together with The Long Run Venture and UK Trade and Investment.

Among the delegation will be businesses whose solutions address some of the greatest challenges facing Brazil, from combating deforestation and providing clean, safe water in remote regions through to cutting pollution and traffic congestion in towns and cities.

Discussing the Mission, David Willetts, Minister of State for Universities and Science, said,

“I would like to congratulate the seventeen companies that have been selected for TSB’s Clean and Cool Mission in Brazil. The Brazilians are very keen to look at the new technologies coming from Britain, to work with us, to buy our products and our businesses are ready for Brazil.”

“I am confident that this will be yet another highly successful Mission that underlines our credentials as a nation of entrepreneurs.”

David Bott, Director of Innovation Programmes at the Technology Strategy Board, explained:

“The aim of the Mission is to foster partnerships and collaborations between British cleantech companies and Brazilian government agencies, businesses and investors.

“Brazil is the fifth largest market in the world with a broad and sophisticated industrial base. This week-long event will open up the Brazilian market to the Mission businesses, boost Britain’s growing clean technology sector and drive inward investment to the UK.”

Simon Carter, Deputy Director, Head of Renewable Energy at UKTI, concluded:

“UKTI is delighted to sponsor the Clean and Cool Mission to Brazil. It signifies a positive relationship between a growing and innovative market and represents a great opportunity for some of the brightest and best UK companies in this important sector.”

Commencing on the 30 October, the seventeen companies will spend one week immersed in Brazil’s cleantech business, innovation and investment communities in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo. They will have an opportunity to extend their international operations in sectors ranging from waste and water, agriculture and forestry, bio energy and wind to smart buildings and transport.

Link to download video on SEaB Energy and the Brazil Clean & Cool Mission

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MAJOR NEWS – SEaB Energy wins patents for its unique mobile power plant solution

September 2013, Southampton, UK; SEaB Energy has secured patents from the US and the UK for its multi award winning, portable power plants that use microbial technology to turn food and other bio wastes into energy and revenue.


SEaB Energy’s now patented system is the first to market with a unique, highly mobile, energy generator that uses Anaerobic Digestion (AD) to eliminate the movement of waste and the associated costs of transport and disposal. The company’s MuckBuster®, designed for the farm and equestrian market, and its sister Flexibuster™, built for the food and drink sector, are fully automated and self-optimising. The systems are housed in transportable containers, enabling low-cost delivery, rapid installation and ease of operation – to anywhere in the world.


Sandra Sassow, SEaB Energy’s CEO commented, “These patents not only protect our solution that we have been developed in-house, but will also give a clear signal to the market that SEaB Energy is the leader in micro-AD technology. This will also strengthen our competitive position and help us to grow our distribution further on both sides of the Atlantic”.


SEaB Energy was last year selected from over five hundred applicants by the NASA backed sustainability initiative, ‘LAUNCH: Beyond Waste,’ as a provider of a global game-changing technology to address climate change, and most recently scooped the  2013 Resource Revolution Award ‘Technology Trailblazer: Energy-from-Waste’.  SEaB Energy also won the 2012 UK ADBA Industry Award for Best Micro AD Project (<250kWh) for its installation at the University of Southampton Science Park and last year were chosen as one of the 16 most innovative and fastest growing Cleantech companies in Britain. The company has also been selected as one of the Winners in the 2013 Defence Energy Technology Challenge (DETC) that forms part a major part of the annual Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit (Hawai‘i, September 9 – 11).

Our Sales Executive Adam Ricketts discusses SEaB’s patents for Waste Management World’s podcast.