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Davyhulme Energy from Waste Plant
Davyhulme (Waste , Active, )
Davyhulme (Waste , Active, )Location in the UK : Wales, Manchester
The £4.3m biomass (energy from waste) scheme, thought to be the first of its kind in the UK, is being tried out at waste water treatment plants at Davyhulme in Manchester.
The project has received funding from the government department Defra, through the Waste and Resources Action Programme (Wrap).
Thanks for the correction from Mike
This installation, owned and operated by UU is a sludge gas engine, not a "biomass" fuelled power station. It could be argued that sewage sludge is a biofuel, but the common interpretation of biomass is vegetation used as fuel - crops, wood, trees etc.
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