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OUR LATEST NEWS

Catch up on our latest news, interviews, podcasts and partnerships.

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AD and Biogas Industry Awards 2024

We are delighted to announce that we have been selected as a finalist for the AD and Biogas Industry Awards 2024 in the Net Zero Circular Solutions Category. We are eagerly looking forward to attending the Awards Ceremony in Birmingham in July.

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Supply Chain Sustainability School

We are thrilled to have the opportunity to take part in the Supply Chain Sustainability School where we can contribute to promoting sustainable practices and work towards creating a more environmentally friendly supply chain

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Recruitment News

We are delighted to welcome Ciarán Finegan to our dynamic team at Biocore.  Ciarán has an Honours Degree in Agri-Environment Science and will be Biocore's new Account Manager.  

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Interview with our CEO Declan Murray in 'The Climate Call'

Biomethane, a cleaner alternative to fossil fuel gas, holds enormous potential for any country that hopes to reduce it's carbon footprint [The Climate Call 08.02.2024]

Check out the interview by clicking the link below...

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Training Day

Biocore had a great training day at the Anaerobic Digestion Plant in Roscommon.

Thanks to Sue Landsberg, DCM Learning and all the Biocore Team for a great session!

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Congratulations Sean Allen 
BT Young Scientist of the Year

Sean won the 1st Senior Individual prize at the BT Young Scientist 2024 for his project, "Rooting for Sustainability - An Exploration of more sustainable grassland nutrient management". The carbon neutral fertiliser he is developing has generated 53% more grass growth compared to 10-10-20 fertiliser.  With the help of Biocore digestate company which processes the organic waste he has brought the venture to commercial scale assessment.  Sean's aim is bring his research to Bord Bia and Dáil Éireann to outline its merits.

The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association

We will be attending the ADBA conference  in 2024 and are proud to be entrants in the Net Zero Circular Solutions Award.

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Our Expanding Fleet

As part of our continued expansion we have increased our EV Fleet, invested in new skips for our Organic Waste Management division and we also acquired a new tanker to transport our valuable Nutricore digestate to farms around the country.  

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Our Partnership with Echelon

Echelon Data Centres and Biocore Environmental Ltd will co-locate a biogas production facility on the Echelon DUB20 data centre site in Arklow.     

Supporting Future Talent

We have recently partnered with Sean Allen the BT Young Scientist of the Year winner in 2022.  The winning project was about the long-term effects of a more sustainable method of keeping nutrients in the soil as an alternative to artificially made granule.

We are delighted to support Sean with his research on his next project.

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IrBEA 2023 Conference

We were delighted to attend the IrBEA 2023 event sponsored by Bord na Mona. 
"We need all renewable technologies & renewable fuels to be deployed as part of a renewable energy policy in Ireland"  Paddy Phelan, Vice President of IrBEA

Oireachtas Committee 2023

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Oireachtas Committee Wednesday 3rd May 2023  (Starts at 24:50 min into the recording)  Declan Murray explains the advantages of digestate and the role that biomethane can play in decarbonising the economy and providing security in our energy supply.

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Echelon Podcast

Echelon Waste not, Want not podcast:  Declan Murray explains the Anaerobic Digestion process, the future of AD and the benefits of digestate for the environment.  Our partnership with Echelon is a symbiotic relationship.  We will produce 4MW of power through the production of gas, capture the carbon dioxide and inject directly into the gas grid.

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