24 September 2019

Work has restarted on an advanced biofuel plant in Swindon, Wiltshire following a 14-month suspension. The facility will convert 8,000 tonnes per year of household waste into 2.2 million cubic metres of natural gas, enough to heat 1,800 homes or fuel 75 HGVs. It will be the first plant in the world to convert waste into grid quality natural gas.