CCm Technologies: Pioneering British Company ‘making a profit out of CO2’
RWM 2019 Exhibitor CCm Technologies has recently been recognised by the BBC for their pioneering efforts in making a profit out of CO2. Featuring in Roger Harrabin’s (BBC’s environment and energy correspondent) article, CCm Technologies is recognised for their fertiliser plants.
The article explains how CCM Technologies mix cow dung and maize produce biogas that heats homes. They also utilise the remaining sludge combined with nutrient-rich waste and CO2 to create high-grade fertiliser pellets.
You can read the full article here.
That’s not all, Farming Today followed this with a piece on CCm Technologies’ low carbon footprint fertiliser. The piece highlights the work done by the University of Sheffield’s Institute for Sustainable Food on the positive impacts of CCm Technologies’ fertiliser on soil health.
CCm Technologies are exhibiting at RWM on the 11th & 12th September. RWM is proud to provide a platform for pioneering companies like CCm Technologies to showcase their innovative products and services. Visit CCm Technologies at stand S118 in hall 5 at the NEC, Birmingham to find out more about their amazing work.
Register for your free tickets here.
For all exhibiting inquiries please get in touch with event director Nick Woore on 0117 929 6083 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.