Journalist Declan O’Brien has been written about bhsl for the The Irish Independent. “An Irish company that has pioneered the use of poultry manure as a fuel for heat generation on chicken farms is poised to target multi-million euro sales following a crucial change to EU regulations.” For the full story see http://www.independent.ie/business/farming/irish-firm-looks-to-exploit-eu-poultry-rule-changes-30079587.html
The Poultry World has followed the EU approval story on their website: Policymakers in Brussels have reached a unanimous agreement to allow poultry litter to be used as a fuel in on-farm biomass boilers. By reclassifying poultry manure as an animal by-product, it may soon be combusted on farms according to EU regulation. Irish company BHSL [...]
The Farmers Guardian has been following the new EU Regulation: POULTRY manure is the latest biomass fuel to be certified in Europe. The decision means poultry muck as an animal-by-product can be combusted on farms to create renewable energy. Biomass firm BHSL said the decision was good news for UK farmers. To read their full [...]
Technical Specifications for our FBC500 and FBC995 Heating Solutions are now available for download – see Brochures & Specifications.
Poultry World talks to two farmers pioneering litter burning to generate energy to heat their chicken sheds. Although legislation is playing catchup here in the UK, they hope to one day mitigate the cost of removing litter while turning it into a source of heat. Read about it here.
Poultry Manure is the latest Biomass Fuel following a unanimous agreement by the EU This means that Poultry Manure as an Animal By-Product can be combusted as fuel on farms according to EU Regulation. bhsl can satisfy these new EU wide regulations using a dedicated Fluidised Bed Combustion technology (FBC) and in the UK is [...]
Award-winning Norfolk poultry farmer Nigel Joice has achieved an energy “milestone” by exporting to the national grid. For the first time since the business invested in renewable energy strategy three years ago, it produced more power than it consumed. Mr Joice, and his son, Patrick, welcomed young poultry producers to Uphouse Farm, South Raynham, near [...]
The new bhsl Toploader with a Retractable roof featuring in this months edition of “Forest Bioenergy Review” Magazine ,,,,,,,,,to read more on this article, look under the Material Handling Section. Click on: FBR_Nov_2012_edition
News and Events Calendar
- 13 May 2014: British Pig and Poultry Fair (Warwickshire, United Kingdom)
- 08 Oct 2014: Nextgen Incorporating EBEC (Warwickshire, United Kingdom)
04 March 2014