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UK AD & Biogas 2015 Exhibitor Preview


CWE LTD REACHES SEVENTY YEAR


SPONSOR DEMONSTRATES CONTINUED


SUPPORT FOR AD INDUSTRY Edina UK Ltd supplies power generation to waste plants, AD facilities and CHP applications, and is the sole distributor for MWM in the UK and Ireland. MWM generation sets are designed for maximum electrical and thermal efficiency, low operating and service costs, and high reliability and availability, achieving efficiency of over 90 per cent. Joint Managing Director, Tony Fenton, comments: “UK AD & Biogas 2015 offers us a unique opportunity to meet with potential clients, showcase our innovation and expertise in AD, and demonstrate our continued support for the industry.” Edina UK is very proud to be the lead sponsor of this year’s event and visitors will have an opportunity to hear from AD expert and advocate, Ian Farr, during the sponsor’s address. Biogas specialist Ian will also be on hand to provide general and technical information to visitors at the company’s stand. Stand F105 www.edina.eu


LAUNCH OF NEW GRIT REMOVAL TECHNOLOGY


MILESTONE Family firm CWE Ltd of Wolverhampton started life as an electrical


contractor seventy years ago, and now installs all power, data and control cabling to AD plants. The company has worked on 17 plants so far, including three gas to grid projects, and also carries out all necessary procedures, such as testing and certifying the installation, as well as maintenance. This is CWE’s first year as an exhibitor at UK AD & Biogas and the team is looking forward to showcasing its services and expertise to an AD-specific audience. Peter Whitehouse, Managing Director (pictured with Jo Whitehouse, Business Development Manager), comments: “One of our proudest achievements in our substantial history is an outstanding level of staff retention. We have kept ahead of the competition by investing in training and keeping up with technological advances.” Stand F301 www.coswhielec.co.uk


CHEVRON FOCUSES ON RELIABILITY AND PERFORMANCE


Following last year’s extremely busy event, Huber has seen a rise in interest for its pre- and post-digestion equipment; the Bio Grit removal/ washing system, Dewatering Press and the StrainPress range. The company has since developed its reject washing, plastics washing and


grit removal systems for the biowaste market, and is set to launch the technology at UK AD & Biogas 2015. “Over the last few years the show has proved to be a real success, and a great way to showcase our work in this fast-moving industry. This year, we are looking forward to catching up with existing customers, making new contacts and finding out what’s new, and we are also pleased to be a supporting sponsor once again,” reveals Steve Morris, Managing Director. Stand B301 www.huber.co.uk


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Chevron Lubricants has underlined its commitment to the AD and biogas sector by delivering products and services which enhance its customers’ business through equipment efficiency and reliability. Exhibiting at UK AD & Biogas for the second year, the company is looking forward to promoting the benefits of its HDAX family of Group II premium base oil formulations, sold throughout Europe under the Texaco brand. Paul Nadin-Salter, Power Generation Co-ordinator, Europe, comments: “With gas engine reliability key to business profitability and success, our customers need products which offer high performance component protection with low maintenance engine performance and optimal system uptime. The show is a great opportunity for us to engage with people in this vital sector and explain more about our products and services.” Stand J101 www.chevronlubricants.com


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