SEaB Energy will be attending the event. Look out for our green jackets or give us a call if you would like to set up a meeting at the event. http://www.pro2pac.co.uk, ExCeL, London
Event Date: 18-19 March 2013
Bio-waste producers can now convert their waste into energy with no equipment cost.
SEaB Energy, the multi-award winning manufacturer of small-scale and micro-scale anaerobic digestion (AD) systems, has secured funding to enable up to 20 businesses to have a unit installed and operating on their premises free of charge*.
Each AD unit is housed in a transportable container, enabling it to be easily delivered and installed. With a processing capacity of up to 2.5 tonnes of organic waste each day, the self-optimising “FLEXIBUSTER™”, sister unit to the “MUCKBUSTER®”, is especially suitable for use by food manufacturing plants, micro breweries and bakeries as well as larger catering establishments, shopping centres and leisure parks.
The biogas produced by the AD unit is harnessed for feeding in to the National Grid whilst the PAS110-compliant digestates can be sold as organic fertilisers or mulch. The income derived from these revenue streams over a 20-year operating period helps to offset the cost of the unit including its installation and scheduled maintenance whilst, for the waste producer, all costs previously associated with the storage, collection and disposal of the waste are eliminated.
Highlighting the significance of this latest initiative, Sandra Sassow, chief executive, SEaB Energy, explained:
“This is a fantastic opportunity for businesses, who see the benefits of anaerobic digestion but have been put off by the lack of suitable facilities locally and the huge costs involved in waste transportation, to take advantage of a very generous business package that can only be offered on a limited, first come first served basis. It will also enable companies that are keen to promote their Corporate Social Responsibility to adopt AD on a no-risk basis.”
Please register for this offer on our website or by emailing email@example.com. Limited Offer valid in the UK & EU.
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SEaB Energy’s MUCKBUSTER® Micro Anaerobic Digestion Technology is Centrepiece for 6 Leading UK University Teams Entering Dynamo Enterprise Challenge 2012
SOUTHAMPTON, UK: SEaB Energy (SEaB), the global market leader in on-site containerised anaerobic digestion is providing the technology content and business challenge to entrepreneurial students from universities in the South UK who are preparing to take part in a competition to hone their business skills and promote eco-friendly energy production. Sixty students from 6 universities will compete in this year’s Dynamo Enterprise Challenge 2012, sponsored by the University of Southampton Science Park and WSX Enterprise – Fusion.
Rosalind Davies from Career Destinations at the University of Southampton is organising the event in collaboration with local partner universities, says: “This is an opportunity for students to demonstrate their skills in business and enterprise and gain valuable experience to show potential employers what they can achieve.”
The teams of young people from the universities of Bournemouth, Chichester, Portsmouth, Southampton, Southampton Solent and Winchester will be provided a set of challenges by SEaB to devise routes to market and compelling market propositions. Special emphasis will be in new ways to work with social media and the global “consumer empowerment” possibilities for recycling their food waste. Also the market disruption for transportation as the shift goes to a decentralised processing of organic waste and the elimination of the current carbon footprint for centralised organic waste disposal will be included. Presentations will feature MUCKBUSTER® the on-site containerised anaerobic digestion solution – which turns manures, food and other organic waste into biogas, electricity, heat and high-grade organic fertiliser.
Sandra Sassow, CEO at SEaB, comments: “MUCKBUSTER® is a game changing technology in waste management and decentralised green energy generation. It offers great customer benefits and huge export potential. We are really looking forward to seeing how the students would want to apply this technology in fresh and compelling ways.”
The students will also hear from guest speakers with expertise in entrepreneurship, marketing and business start-up. Peter Birkett, Chief Executive of the University of Southampton Science Park, adds: “The Science Park is all about enterprise and growing business. By hosting this event, we hope to enthuse and inspire a new generation of talent and perhaps meet some of the business leaders of the future.”
This year’s Dynamo Enterprise Challenge, an annual inter-university enterprise competition, will be hosted at the University of Southampton Science Park in Chilworth on Wednesday 14 November 2012, during Global Entrepreneurship Week (12-18 November).
Visit SEaB Energy at Ecobuild 2013 on stand N3200, ExCeL, London, Tuesday 5th – Thursday 7th March 2013
Event Date: 5-7 March 2013
SEaB Energy would like to invite you to attend the annual ecological and sustainable buildings event EcoBuild 2013 – and meet with our team.
• Visit SEaB Energy on stand number N3200
Ecobuild is the world’s biggest event for sustainable design, construction and the built environment. In 2012 Ecobuild attracted 1549 exhibitors and 57.956 attendees from 120 countries.
Please register on-line for free entry to the exhibition: