- July 14, 2016Read more
We are in a realm of an ever increasing population and with World Population Day occurring on 11th July 2016; a day to focus on the issues with global population, it seemed a great opportunity to highlight how more people = more damage to the environment.
- June 2, 2016Read more
It’s National BBQ Week and the weather seems to be (slowly) heating up, so you may be thinking of getting the dusty old grill out of the shed. But were you aware of the carbon footprint of your outdoor cooking?
- May 27, 2016
How to Reach Sustainable Utopia – Diary of an SME:
“So what’s your office like then?” – The Grand IdeaRead more
“So what’s your office like then?” – The question I dread to hear from a client and the question has been asked on more than one occasion. As a well-established environmental consultancy advising business clients nationally and internationally on how they can operate a more sustainable business, I always feel on the back foot when asked what our office is like.
- May 11, 2016Read more
Our trees have been through the mill this winter having to suffer some dreadful reoccurring flood conditions – at times the trees were completely submerged. However, they have shown they are stronger then we give them credit for and have finally dried out in time to come in to bud.
- April 20, 2016Read more
BSI PAS 110 is the voluntary quality standard that can be applied to digestate generated by anaerobic digesters in England, Scotland and Wales. The standard has been developed to encourage a market for digestate and ensures that the digestate is of consistent quality and fit for purpose. It sets out the minimum quality required for whole digestate, separated liquor and separated fibre for use as a fertiliser and/or soil conditioner/improver.
- April 8, 2016Read more
We work with many clients in the renewables sector, particularly operators of anaerobic digestion installations. The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a government scheme that aims to increase the uptake of renewable heat installations. Accredited installations are currently paid a tiered tariff for the heat they produce. Operators of eligible technologies can take up this scheme and receive payments which can generate an extra source of income for 20 years.