UK's first containerised anaerobic digester now available from Dawsongroup.
Dawsongroup Plc., a European market leader in providing businesses with specialist assets, has entered into a reseller agreement with SEaB Energy Ltd, the global market leader in on-site containerised anaerobic digestion.
SEaB Energy offers two waste management systems, the MUCKBUSTER[R] for the agricultural community and the SEaB MB400 for the food and accommodation sectors. Both compact anaerobic digestion solutions are now part of Dawsonrentals temperature control solutions' portfolio (a division of Dawsongroup Plc.) Already the market leader in the supply of portable and modular refrigeration solutions, the division is keen to continue to offer their customers the best solutions available to the market.
Rod Benham, Managing Director of Dawsonrentals temperature control solutions said: "We have been looking for a game changing new technology to promote within our food supply chain market for some time. SEaB Energy and their innovative MUCKBUSTER[R] and SEaB MB400 technology represent a strategic fit to our product portfolio. We are hugely motivated by the 2 to 3 year customer payback available and we are looking forward to selling and deploying many units in the coming months."
The SEaB Energy systems, which are housed in 40foot shipping containers, generate energy and income from food waste and other bio wastes, on sites generating between 200 and 1000 tonnes of waste per year.
Sandra Sassow, CEO SEaB Energy said: "We have ambitious plans to grow MUCKBUSTER[R] and SEaB MB400 sales throughout the pre and post-consumer waste food markets. Dawsongroup brings significant commercial credibility and customer focused sales and technical teams to complement our value proposition and we expect rapid sales growth."
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|Publication:||Frozen & Chilled Foods|
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|Date:||Sep 1, 2012|
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