Food waste recycler gets PAS 110 certification

Tamar Energy’s Basingstoke AD plant has achieved PAS 110 certification. The standard, backed by WRAP and the British Standards Institute, ensures the quality and consistency of the nutrient-rich biofertiliser produced through the AD process.

Biofertiliser produced in the AD process has been proven in independent trials to improve crop yields and help users replace more costly, petro-chemical derived fertilisers. Tamar’s biofertiliser is used successfully by Worth Farms, its partner at Holbeach, on its potato and vegetable crops – saving a considerable amount on other fertiliser costs.

PAS 110, is designed to give customers confidence that the biofertiliser they receive is fit for purpose and of the highest quality.

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