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Bioganix Offers A New Food Waste Collection Service

Food waste is a major issue for restaurants, pubs, and cafes. Indeed, hospitality accounts for almost half of all food waste, with the equivalent of 320 million meals being thrown away by cafes and restaurants each year. This takes a massive toll on the environment, with the 3.3 billion tonnes of generated carbon dioxide accelerating climate change. However, Bioganix is making a positive difference in offering our food waste collection service to hospitality businesses across Lincolnshire.

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The Essential Guide to Restaurant Food Waste Management

Whether in the form of unfinished meals or expired fresh ingredients, the UK’s restaurants and food service establishments are reported as producing around 1 million tonnes of food waste annually. Representing 10% of the UK’s food waste (with household waste accounting for 70%), this is said to cost the restaurant sector around £682 million each year. Much of this waste ends up in landfill, with the associated release of up to 10% of man-made greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. While the environmental...

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Business Food Waste Management: Our Top 5 Recommendations

The UK Government has abandoned its plans (in England) to introduce compulsory reporting for large and medium companies under its Food Waste initiative. What would have helped to reduce food waste has now been paused. The need to curb food waste is clear, with Jamie Crummie, co-founder of Too Good To Go, saying that it “contributes 10% of all greenhouse gas emissions, surpassing the aviation industry’s impact”. Thankfully, all businesses, from SMEs right up to multinational corporations, can still...


What You Need to Know About Organic Agricultural Fertilisers

You might be aware that Bioganix specialise in the processing of food and beverage waste for delivery into organic agricultural fertilisers. Comprising varying amounts of carbon, these fertilisers are known to support soil health and enhance crop resilience. Making up for soil deficiencies, they allow for crops to be grown in less-than-perfect environments. So, what are the main types of organic fertilisers and how can you use them to best-effect? Read on as we answer these questions and more besides.



5 Organic Recycling Facts that Might Surprise You

Organic recycling is the process of converting food, beverage and animal waste (alongside other items, such as oils) into energy. At Bioganix we’re experts at converting such typically disregarded waste into bio-fuels, organic agricultural fertilisers and power-generating sources. Proving that sustainable solutions can be found in the most unexpected of places, this article will unearth five surprising facts about organic recycling.

It’s Already Powering Vehicles

Figures show that the equivalent of 26,000 barrels of oil were consumed domestically as biofuel...


The Intriguing History of Recycling

There’s been an increasing focus on the importance of recycling during recent years, with the global drive to reverse people’s harmful impact on the environment. However, the process of transforming waste into new items and materials is far from new. From ancient times to the present, let’s look at the key developments in the history of recycling.

Recycling in Ancient Times

People are known to have recycled items as long ago as the 4th century, with the famous philosopher Plato recognising and...

A Look into the Future of Organic Recycling: Trends and Innovations

Often referred to as biodegradable, the term ‘organic waste’ covers waste from plants and animals. It can be recycled using processes such as anaerobic digestion and composting, with several key trends and innovations driving key change in the disposal of such materials. Organic recycling is being celebrated as a way of curbing humans’ impact on the environment. This article will look at the current trends and innovations that are leading the charge for a more circular and sustainable approach to dealing...

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How Organic Recycling Benefits the Businesses of Lincolnshire

At a time when green business practices continue to dominate the headlines you may be wondering how your business can introduce mutually beneficial policies. As well as reducing the negative impact on the planet, our expert organic recycling services bring several key benefits to Lincolnshire businesses. Learn more in our guide to the benefits of organic recycling.

Future-proof Your Business

There is speculation that 2023 could see significant legislative changes introduced. This would affect the everyday processes that food producers and related businesses have...


How Anaerobic Digestion Supports the Generation of Electricity

As highlighted on the Bioganix homepage, we have particular expertise in the conversion of food and beverage waste into anaerobic digestion for the incorporation of biofuels or generation of power. The biogas can be a major source of electricity for domestic and business use.

How Anaerobic Digestion Works

Anaerobic digestion (AD) begins with the transfer of organic materials to an airtight vessel containing microorganisms. The material is heated and transformed into a biogas, some of which may be extracted for later use....

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Why Food & Beverage Products Might Be Deemed Unsuitable for Market Re-entry

Food and beverage producers, we can protect your reputation after a ‘food safety incident’ resulting in such products being deemed unsuitable for market re-entry. The Food Standards Agency notes that these incidents happen “when concerns around the safety or quality of food (and/or feed) are raised”. Performing our secure destruction service with discretion, we issue a certificate for peace of mind once completed. But when might you opt for this service in the first place?...