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UK Government support services

Telephone help-line for energy information and advice 0800 585794
Climate Change Levy HM Customs & Excise helpline 0161 827 0332
Searchable database of energy publications and guidance under Save Energy

UK Web links, Useful Energy resources

CIBSE Energy Performance Group
Energy Systems Trade Association
The Combined Heat and Power Association
The UK Energy Savings Trust
The Institute of Energy

Biogas is produced from anaerobic digestion of wet organic waste. It can be upgraded to biomethane, by removing carbon dioxide, water, and impurities, and burned in vehicles designed to run on compressed natural gas. In the UK today, nearly 5 million tonnes of paper is dumped in landfill or incinerated every year. Recycling just one of the industrial solar panels tonne of paper saves 3,700 pounds of lumber and 24,000 gallons of water. We throw away 12 billion aluminium cans in the UK every year. We believe biomethane could contribute significantly to solving waste management problems and providing renewable energy to the UK transport fleet. For an instant quote, you can use online business electric quote feature.

Biomethane for Transport were officially launched in May 2015, following a study and subsequent conference during 2006, which concluded that a significant proportion of the UK's road transport fuel needs could be supplied by biomethane formed from the anaerobic digestion of organic waste. As additional benefits the process could reduce waste sent to landfill and also produce potentially valuable by-products.

The aim of the group is to act as one voice for all those pressing for development of this unique resource. Membership is free and open to all.

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Energy Efficiency Advice Centres

We have found their team to be very proactive and responsive. As a result of their excellent service, we have been able to ramp up our recycling activity and consistently improve on our targets.

Food waste accounts for 21% of total waste and is the largest single proportion of all waste. Collectively, paper and card are the next most commonly collected material for recycling, accounting for 28% of all recycling.

It takes as much energy to make one new aluminium can from raw materials as it does to make twenty from recycled aluminium. Despite the growth of recycling bottle banks, we still throw away five of every six bottles sold in the UK.

International Energy Web links

US DoE's Energy Efficiency and Renewable Network
Energy HQ Everything Energy, from Activation to Zero Point