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Biocore Environmental
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RENEWABLE ENERGY  I  AD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES  I  WASTE MANAGEMENT  I  FARM SERVICES

JOIN US ON A VIRTUAL TOUR OF OUR AD PLANT IN ROSCOMMON

BIOCORE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

BioCore Environmental Ltd was founded in 2010 and is a leading company in Ireland's renewable energy sector.  Our Anaerobic Digestion Plant in Roscommon produces biogas, electricity and a nutrient rich digestate.

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RENEWABLE ENERGY

Our Anaerobic Digestion Plant in Roscommon currently produces 1MW of electricity and 3 million cubic meters of gas per year. Unlike wind or solar our power is available 24/7 7 days a week at the same rate regardless of wind or weather conditions.

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AD DEVELOPMENT

Biocore's mission is to develop renewable energy projects focusing on Anaerobic Digestion.  Our experience and resources allow us to provide a wide range of services to the renewable energy sector. 

To date we have developed and operated two Anaerobic Digestion plants.  The first in Suffolk, England, which produces biomethane with an output of 1,200 m3 per hour to the national grid. Our Roscommon plant utilises waste material to produce 1MW of electricity. 

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WASTE MANAGEMENT

As part of our Organic Waste Management division we service a number of public and private clients, including Uisce Eireann.  We follow a reuse, recycle philosophy by implementing sustainable management solutions.

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NUTRICORE FERTILIZER

Our nutrient rich digestate is a by-product of the anaerobic digestion process and is rich in macro and micro nutrients.  

We offer a full land spreading service with a professional Nutrient Management Plan for farmers all over Ireland.

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AD DEVELOPMENT

Biocore's mission is to develop renewable energy projects focusing on Anaerobic Digestion.  We have the skills, expertise and resources to develop and operate our AD plants which allow us to provide a wide range of services to the renewable energy sector.  

  • Funding & Technology supply

  • Planning Applications

  • Grid Connection Applications

  • Tariff Applications and Facility Permits

  • Civil Engineering requirements and Construction

  • Operation and Maintenance

  • Insurance

PARTNER WITH US

We offer professional services by leveraging our in-house experience and expertise gained in the Renewable Sector coupled with our strategic suppliers in the market.  With our technology partners Bioconstruct GmbH who have installed over 200 plants throughout Europe we are strategically placed to advise our clients on the best process for their needs.  If you have a project proposal that you wish to evaluate or bring to completion contact us and we will provide a professional consultation.

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ELLOUGH ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PLANT

Biocore completed construction of the 2nd largest gas to grid injection plant in the UK. The plant was constructed in conjunction with a biogas upgrading unit from GreenLane BioGas.

 

The plant utilises energy crop as a feedstock and in conjunction with local farmers and produces enough energy to heat over 50,000 homes. The plant is generating substantial revenues for the local community and has 5 full time jobs on site with many more in associated contracts.

 

In the last quarter of 2015 Biocore successfully completed a transaction with a UK based investment company to sell a majority stake in the development.

ROSCOMMON ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PLANT

The Roscommon AD plant was constructed in partnership with Bioconstruct GMBH.  It is a 2 MW facility and has been operational since October 2017.

The plant utilises waste material (e.g. organic sludge and food waste) to produce 1 MW of electricity.  Additionally, a state-of-the-art on-site belt dryer uses heat from the CHP generators to dry the resultant digestate producing valuable nutrient rich organic fertilizer.

 

The plant plays an important role in the local economy and also provides a clean and totally renewable source of electricity to the national power grid.

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ORGANIC WASTE MANAGEMENT

Biocore Environmental Limited manages over 40,000t of dewatered sludges and over 20,000 cubic meters of liquid sludge.  Our contracts cover both the public and private sector and we offer a full service from collection to disposal.

We have a number of sites strategically located throughout the country to enable us to offer a competitive price and we use both our own haulage collection equipment and our trusted haulage partners to provide an efficient service.

We accept fats, oils and greases as feed-stock at our AD Plant and our clients include several distilleries and dairies.

If you have a sludge management requirement that we can help with, please call us on 01 9696066.

Our Partners in Waste Management

NUTRICORE FERTILIZER

The by-product of the AD process known as digestate is a nutrient-rich substance that can replace expensive synthetic fertilizers.  This is crucial for sustainable agriculture and reducing our reliance on expensive non-organic fertilizers.

As part of our service offering we provide:

  • A full soil sampling of your farm

  • Professional Nutrient Management Plan

  • We manage Local Authority Approval

  • We deliver the exact amount of digestate to your location
     

Call us at 01 685 4324 and we will be happy to discuss your soil nutrient requirements with you.

 

We are offering great value for our digestate and NMPs for 2024 at just €1,000 or €500 for existing customers

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HOW TO CONTACT US

Please call us, email or fill out the form below and include your contact details.  We will get back to you as soon as possible.

HEAD OFFICE

Biocore Environmental Limited
Head Office
14 Parklands Office Park
Southern Cross Road
Bray, Co. Wicklow
A98 C6W6

01 969 6066

AD PLANT ROSCOMMON

Biocore Environmental AD1
Ballinphuill
Tibohine
Castlerea
Co. Roscommon
F45 EH97

 

01 685 2665

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