JBP to launch the UK’s first compact food waste treatment plant
16 May 2012, News
Burdens, the Bristol headquartered civil engineering and environmental technology business, has appointed JBP PR & Parliamentary Affairs to launch its new small scale anaerobic digestion (AD) system for food waste treatment, which is a UK first and creates power, heat and biofertiliser.
JBP will be undertaking a proactive and highly targeted communications programme for Burdens, encompassing both mainstream and social media channels. Promotion of the pioneering development will focus on potential end customers including local authorities, waste management companies, food retailers and manufacturers.
Chris Lawrance, a director at JBP, said: “This contract is further testimony to our growing credentials in the environmental sector, particularly in the area of renewable energy and waste to energy.”
Kevin Hancock, Business Development Director at Burdens, commented: “We chose JBP because of their experience in the environmental technology sector, as well as their understanding and knowledge of waste to energy solutions, such as the one we have developed.”
Burdens adds to a growing portfolio of green sector clients at JBP, including nappy recycling specialists Knowaste, Low Carbon South West and Bristol Green Capital.