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Michael Farrell, Estate Manager at Captial Dock Aramark Properties.
“Our customers are delighted that they now have a solution for food waste and are not contributing to unnecessary environmental damage caused by sending organic matter to landfill. Harp Renewables have been hugely helpful and very responsive to any questions we have had, particularly in the early days while everyone was getting used to using the bio-digester. There has also been a lot of interest in the bio-digester from other Local Authorities and the DCCAE. It would be an ideal solution to any organisation with excess food waste and I would have no hesitation in recommending Harp Renewables to any interested party.”
Bernadine Carry, Environmental Awareness Officer at Meath County Council shares
“Finnegan’s have always endeavoured to protect the environment by adapting appropriate farming techniques. Our sustainable approach to farming is economically viable, environmentally sound and socially beneficial making it work for us, the land and the community. Our aim is to produce healthy food without compromising our future generation’s ability to do likewise and that is why we invested in a Harp Bio-digester. All of our organic waste is digested on-site and put back into the land, where it belongs.
”Our Harp Bio-digester provides the perfect solution to the source segregated food waste problem we faced arising from 32 catering operations at Mermaid Quay. Our CX5 bio-digester is equipped with a bespoke shredder and is designed for easy loading to run continuously and to process the food wastes with the minimum amount of operator intervention. With cost savings – less operating costs of £15,954 per annum, the benefits to Mermaid Quay speaks volumes – and it will also have a positive environmental impact too, which is extremely important to us.”
– Penair School
Eamon Foley, Environmental Coordinator, DPS (on behalf of Astellas) shares “Astellas (Kerry Plant)