Outwrite has further strengthened its credentials in the field of green energy by acting as PR consultant to the UK’s leading anaerobic digestion specialist.
We are providing strategic PR advice to Bedfordshire-based BiogenGreenfinch, which has been appointed by Gwynedd Council as preferred bidder for the construction of a proposed green energy plant in North West Wales.
It is anticipated the facility, situated at Llwyn Isaf near Clynnog Fawr, will process roughly 11,000 tonnes of food waste each year from nearby homes and businesses – creating renewable electricity for the grid and biofertiliser for use on nearby farmland.
It is expected that the facility will be operational by the summer of 2013.
As well as providing PR advice, Outwrite also provided translation services for the Welsh-language version of the GwyriAD project microsite.
Anita Smith, marketing manager at BiogenGreenfinch, said: “Outwrite provided practical, useful input on both PR strategy and website content.”
Outwrite managing director Tracy North added: “This will be the first anaerobic digestion facility in Wales specifically designed to take local authority-collected food waste.
“The innovative GwyriAD project is also likely to be the first AD facility delivered by a Welsh council.
“We are proud to have played a role in the project.”
BiogenGreenfinch will work closely with the local community to keep residents up to date on the project’s progress.
Click for more information on the Llwyn Isaf anaerobic digestion plant.