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Irish Start-up Wins €2.8 Million From EU Commission For Biorefining Project

Galway-based greentech company, Cellulac, has been approved for a record €2.8 million grant from the European Commission to commercialise its biorefining technology that converts agricultural waste into lactic acid. Cellulac is a high-potential start up client of Enterprise Ireland which

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Ireland’s Anaerobic Digestion Potential Not Being Realised

The extent of the potential for anaerobic digestion has yet to be realised in Ireland, according to an expert consultant from WYG, the international professional services group. Anaerobic digestion is a series of processes in which microorganisms break down biodegradable

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Kedco to Develop €45 Million Waste-to-energy Plant in London

Cork-based bio-science energy company Kedco has been given clearance to commence construction of a €45 million waste-to-energy plant at Enfield in North London. Having recently received clearance from Enfield Council, Kedco is due to commence the 18 months construction project

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