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Warrens Emerald Biogas, which was recently acquired by Bio Capital, has announced that it plans to increase its processing capacity by 40 per cent.
Chloe Shakesby

North East waste management firm to expand 40 per cent under new owners

A North East recycling and sustainability firm is expanding following its multi-million pound acquisition.

Warrens Emerald Biogas, which is based in Newton Aycliffe, has announced that it plans to increase its processing capacity by 40 per cent.

The waste management firm was recently acquired by Bio Capital, an environmental investment fund in a multi-million pound deal.

Kevin Quigley, commercial director at Warrens, commented: “We continue to make impressive strides towards helping our customers evaluate their operations so they can reduce their overall environmental impact in the communities they serve.

“Expanding our capabilities is not only really exciting for us, it also provides businesses across the region with the opportunity to act in more responsible and sustainable ways to reduce their own carbon footprint.”

The COO of Bio Capital, Mick Fishwick, added: “We are delighted to have added Warrens Emerald Biogas into our national portfolio of green power facilities.

“We are very supportive of the company’s expansion plans and look forward to working with our customers, businesses and communities throughout the North East.”

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