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Trinity

Biogas from agricultural residues 

The Trinity project in Ellesmere Port (West of England)- with an 85% stake for Perpetual Next - is completed  in November 2021. The facility consists of an organic waste digester that produces 4 million m3 biogas per year from agricultural residues. The biogas is upgraded to green gas, a sustainable alternative to fossil natural gas, which is injected directly into Ellesmere Port's natural gas grid. The residual product from the biogas production (digestate), is used to make agricultural land more fertile.