About the Company
Northwick Power is an industrial processor of food waste located on the north of Gloucestershire close to Chipping Campden and the plant has been designed to handle a wide range of waste feedstocks. Through a process called Anaerobic Digestion it utilises the waste as a raw material to create methane, which in turn is used to generate electricity and gas both of which are exported to the national grids and are 100% renewable. The waste we use to produce the methane can be in solid, liquid or sludge form, packaged or unpackaged. Out-of-date and damaged foods from retailers, supermarkets and factories or food waste from restaurants, pubs and hotels, offices, hospitals and schools. In addition, domestic kitchen food waste, waste from food processing factories, plus animal by-products (Category III) from the food industry, can all be processed by the plant.