As a pioneering leader of an infant UK landfill gas industry, Nick managed the development of 5 landfill gas companies which involved securing contracts, planning consents,
environmental permits plus designing, installing, operating and maintaining all aspects of the projects. This included the recruitment and development of the necessary teams and infrastructure to run
the businesses in order to minimise support from external sources.
Nick instigated the use of highly mobile equipment, minimising investment in non-moveable assets and established the market for highly successful small scale containerised generating sets and introduced a hire fleet into the UK industry.
All aspects of landfill gas projects can be supported by Dawber Renewables, including;
Dawber Renewables can draw on many years experience in the operation of reciprocating engines including large-scale slow speed 2-stroke engines and medium speed 4-stroke engines using landfill gas, AD methane, natural gas, diesel fuel and heavy fuel oil. Practical technical advice is available including assessments and fault identification on a variety of reciprocating engines running on various fuels.
With a high level of knowledge of gas engines we can provide valuable independent advice for landfill and AD biogas engines, minimising the cost of your operation and optimising output.