Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Anaerobic Digestion Investment - Uncertain About Investing on the Money Markets? Then Consider AD

There is plenty of bullish news from Anaerobic Digestion plant contractors at the moment, despite the money markets sinking due to a lack of confidence in the business exchanges over the past fortnight in the world economy. 

With gold prices tumbling this week, it is tempting to suggest that investing in Anaerobic Digestion facilities does at least provide an investment which can, and will normally do very well throughout recessionary periods. It is clear that waste will continue to be created whether or not the economy is growing, and energy demands have not been adversely affected either.

So, we have a lot of sympathy with the following piece:

No time like the present to invest in Anaerobic Digestion

"Farmers are being urged to increase revenues from Anaerobic Digestion (AD) sooner rather than later. The calls come from AD specialist EnviTec Biogas, which plans, builds and services farm-scale AD plants across the UK. Mike McLaughlin, managing ...Journalism.co.uk (press release)"
Other recent news shows that as we start the traditional period each year when new construction starts are at their highest, seeking to make use of better spring and summer weather, a number of new AD Plant projects are getting underway:
Anaerobic digestion plant reduces farm waste sent to landfills ...
"(Boston Globe) At Jordan Dairy Farms in Rutland, an anaerobic digestion plant, which runs on ...www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hobtL5Rf-w"

Place your opening curation after this and then delete this text:

Plans submitted for waste recycling plant in Walton

"The applicants want to create a modern recycling and recovery park, which will include an autoclave and anaerobic digestion (AD) facility, a materials recycling facility, an open construction and demolition waste recycling area, skip hire and workshop ..."
Want more AD Info? The visit www.anaerobic-digestion.com 

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