The Verge biomass harvesters on BBC Country File Sunday June 23rd

The team from Lincolnshire Verge Harvesting Ltd can be seen putting their UK designed and built verge harvester through its paces on the BBC’s flagship rural current affairs programme. See how Matt Taylor gets on as he tries his hand at operating the harvester under the watchful gaze of its designer Derek Scott. Have an introduction to Anaerobic Digestion and see how this type of biomass could be used for the production of biomethane and the completion of its cyclic pathway when its organic fertilizer residue is returned to the land.

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