Wednesday, July 27, 2011

PROjEN hails Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas exhibition a huge success

PROjEN's attendance at the recent ADBA exhibition and conference at Birmingham's NEC has been hailed a great success by PROjEN BioEnergy Manager Shane Pugh. As well as exhibiting their wide range of services supplied to the AD/Biogas and the Process industries, the Company also contributed a number of papers to the conference and chaired some of the technical sessions.


Shane commented "we knew that we could offer clients a different and more pragmatic approach to AD/Biogas solutions but I was amazed at both the speed and the number of people who have recognised how our approach can help them. Project Management is our day job and our 30 plus years of process plant design and build, coupled with our market leading AD and Biogas knowledge and our lack of ties to any particular technology has really touched a nerve with many. The act of completing the project on time,to budget, safely and utilising the best and most suitable technology available has been shown on many projects to be not as easy as many have claimed".

During the show the Company was able to discuss with clients all aspects of the design and build process including planning and permitting, detailed design,construction, commissioning and training aspects. As well as Project Managementand Design and Build services the company exhibited supplementary services such as DSEAR/ATEX support, Functional Safety, Laser Scanning/3D Visualisations and Hazop Chairing.

John Taylor, PROjEN's Chairman who attended both days of the exhibition, commented "Since 1978 we have been involved in thousands of projects and our reputation is second to none in both project delivery and health and safety. We were delighted to be at the show and found the number and quality of enquiries to be better than most other exhibitions we've experienced. The AD and Biogas industry has really raised its profile in the last couple of years and the number of installations is set to increase rapidly and justify those in ABDA, such as our Dr Les Gornall, who have worked so tirelessly over the years to establish AD as the 'no-brainer' solution to our energy and waste treatment needs".

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