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Belfast Telegraph Business Awards: Granville Eco Park wins Special Recognition Award for Climate Action

Climate action is in the ethos of our work so it’s amazing to be recognised for what we’ve done’

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Simon Seaton, director of business banking, Ulster Bank, presents the Special Recognition Award for Climate Action Award to David McKee, chief technical officer, Granville Eco Park. Credit: Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye

Simon Seaton, director of business banking, Ulster Bank, presents the Special Recognition Award for Climate Action Award to David McKee, chief technical officer, Granville Eco Park. Credit: Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye

Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye

Simon Seaton, director of business banking, Ulster Bank, presents the Special Recognition Award for Climate Action Award to David McKee, chief technical officer, Granville Eco Park. Credit: Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye

Granville Eco Park (GECO) launched in 2014 and today has the largest Anaerobic Digestion (AD) facility of its kind in NI.

Based in Dungannon the plant uses new technology to efficiently process and treat food waste, breaking down this material to create a range of products including renewable electricity, a natural fertiliser and a sustainable fuel called biomethane —suitable for use in CNG vehicles and transported to customers for their own on-site energy generation.


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