At Jones, we recognise the growing awareness around the demand for responsible business behaviour with issues relating to sustainability, ethics and respect for all of our stakeholders. We are extremely passionate about culture, diversity and inclusiveness in the workplace and recognise the impacts that they have on both their environment and the society in which they operate.
Last year, following a competitive tender process, Jones Celtic BioEnergy (JCBE) was awarded a contract to design, build and commission an advanced anaerobic digestion (AD) facility for Severn Trent Green Power. This facility is designed to process up to 48,500 tonnes of food waste per year. We believe sustainable goals can serve as a catalyst for a continuous cycle of improvement which is why we take our role in environmental planning so seriously. This project will be designed, built and managed in line with our internationally recognised environmental, quality and health and safety procedures. Once this project has completed its final commissioning phase the biogas it produces will be predominantly upgraded to the quality standards required for injection into the National Grid.
Severn Trent has now secured an environmental permit for this project.
Read all about it here: https://www.letsrecycle.com/news/latest-news/severn-trent-secures-permit-for-derby-ad-plant/